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    Kano re-run: Why I retired Kwankwaso from politics – Ganduje

    Kolade Adeyemi, Kano Kano State Governor, Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, has fired another missile to the immediate-past Governor of the state and his estranged political...

    In Senegal, online videos break silence over domestic abuse

    by Anna Pujol-Mazzini, Christophe Van Der Perre DAKAR (Reuters) - For Senegalese activist Fatou Warkha, online videos play a vital role in her campaign to...

    Mali plans to increase the size of its army to rein in jihadists

    BAMAKO (Reuters) - Mali will increase the size of its army by about 50% in a recruitment drive this year aimed at uprooting jihadist...

    Kenyan firm sells gas to low income families, replacing dirty fuels

    NAIROBI (Reuters) - When dusk blankets Nairobi, small flames lick blackened cooking pots in poorer areas, as dinners simmer over charcoal fires. Charcoal is...

    U.S. wont completely withdraw forces from Africa -Pentagon chief

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper said on Thursday the United States would not be removing all its forces from Africa, as...

    Ethiopia passes new investment law in bid to reform economy

    ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - Ethiopia passed a new investment law on Thursday, part of a bid by Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed to transform the...

    East African airlines suspend China flights due to coronavirus

    NAIROBI/KIGALI (Reuters) - Kenya Airways and RwandAir said on Friday that they had suspended all flights to and from China until further notice afteAuthorities...

    OPEC January oil output plunges on new cuts, Libyan unrest

    LONDON — OPEC oil output plunged in January to a multi-year low as top exporter Saudi Arabia and other Gulf members overdelivered on a...

    Shell Nigerian unit lifts force majeure on Bonny Light crude exports

    LONDON, Jan 31 - Royal Dutch Shell’s Nigerian subsidiary SPDC lifted a force majeure on Bonny Light crude oil exports at 0800 GMT...

    “Regulate Us-Not Kill Us”: Lagos motorcycle, taxi drivers protest against ban

    By Hugh Bronstein LAGOS, Jan 31 - More than 1,000 motorcycle taxi drivers marched to the gates of the Lagos state legislature on Friday...

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