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Nigeria Will Continue To Work With Neighbours – Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari has told his Benin counterpart, President Patrice Talon that Nigeria will continue to work with its neighbours on the importance of good neighbourliness. The President stated this on Tuesday in Abuja when President Talon of the Republic of Benin, paid him an official visit.

Uganda's Museveni Declared Winner Of Presidential Election

Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni has won a sixth term in office on Saturday with 58.6 percent with 5.85 million votes in a disputed election with his rival Bobi Wine who polled 34.8 percent with 3.48 million of the votes. Chairman of the Election Commission, Justice Simon Mugenyi Byabakama declared Museveni winner, saying "The electoral commission declares Yoweri Museveni… elected president of the Republic of Uganda."

President Buhari Condemns Killing Of Dozens In Niger By Terrorists

The President, Muhammadu Buhari, has condemned the senseless attack on two villages in western Niger, Tchoma Bangou and Zaroumadareye on Saturday, which is blamed on terrorists. The president described the mayhem as a clarion call for united action by African leaders against terrorism. The Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, disclosed this in a statement titled, ‘President Buhari sympathizes with Niger Republic over terrorist attack that killed 70 people, calls for united action against terrorism.’

Stolen African Artefacts: French Lawmakers Okays Return To Africa

French lawmakers have unanimously today okays the return of looted artefacts that were taken from Africa during the colonial era to Benin and Senegal republics. The treasures include a royal throne stolen from Benin during a war and a sword once wielded by a 19th-century sheikh, in present-day Senegal.

Uganda Election: Bobi Wine Rejects Poll Results, Declares Victory as Ugandas Awaits Final Results

Ugandan opposition leader Bobi Wine has on Friday claimed victory in presidential elections while rejecting early results that gave incumbent President Yoweri Museveni a wide lead. The electoral commission said on Friday that with 49.1 per cent of votes from Thursday’s ballot counted, Museveni had won 3.9 million, or 62.7 per cent – while main opposition candidate Wine had 1.4 million votes (29.3 per cent), the electoral commission said just after 5 pm.

Alleged Coup In Central Africa: Russia, Rwanda Send Troops To Quell Fracas

Following the alleged coup plot unveiling in the Central African Republic, CAR, the Federation of Russia and Rwanda has sent in troops ahead of the upcoming general election. The authority in the CAR, being one of the unstable countries in Africa, accused former president Francois Bozize on Saturday that the former leader was planning to topple the government using rebel groups.

Ethiopian Crisis: Humanitarian Aid For Children Must Be A Priority — UNICEF

Providing aid to millions of children uprooted by the ongoing crisis in the Tigray region of Ethiopia must be a priority, the head of the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF), Henrietta Fore, said on Tuesday. Fighting between regional and government forces began in November, displacing people within the northern province and pushing thousands more to seek shelter in neighboring Sudan.

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