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Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame takes over EAC leadership

Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame on Friday took over the leadership of the East African Community (EAC) at a Heads of State Summit held in...

Kenya to lobby for regional projects under Belt and Road Initiative

Kenya will lobby for development of regional projects under the Belt and Road Initiative to enhance intra-Africa trade, a top government official has said. "This...

South Africa’s ambassador to Australia charged with corruption

South Africa's ambassador to Australia has appeared in court in South Africa on corruption charges. Sibusiso Ndebele is accused of accepting more than $665,000 (£440,000)...

IGAD urges East African nations to reinforce anti-graft efforts

Policymakers and experts who have gathered for a 4-day anti-graft training organized by the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) are urging East African countries...

Nigerian held over ‘illegal Codeine sale’

A former Nigerian pharmaceuticals executive who was implicated in a BBC investigation into the illegal sale of addictive opioids has been arrested. Chukwunonye Madubuike was...

By 2070 Islam will be the largest religion in the world...

Islam will overtake Christianity as the world’s largest religion by 2070 according to new research by Pew Research Center. According to the research the Muslim...

Seven dead, ten rescued as boat capsizes in Lagos

Ten people were rescued while seven others were confirmed dead on Saturday, during a boat mishap which occurred in Badore area of Eti-Osa Local...

Ethiopia blames “lack of support” for withdrawing its troops from Somalia

Ethiopia has cited lack of international support as a reason for withdrawing its troops from Somalia where they had been battling Islamist militants. The European...

Over 90 people missing after boat capsized off Libya’s coast

  Around 90 migrants are still missing after their boat capsized off the Libyan coast on Wednesday, the country’s coast guards have said. A spokesman of...

Somali government grants a $40K monthly stipend for the former President

The government of Somalia has approved a 40,000USD monthly retirement income for the former top leader, President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud, reports Africa News. The monthly...
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