Jideofor Elumogo | ANG - Part 5
  • March 4, 2024

Calling 4 strikes in 9 months unacceptable Nigeria’s President scolds NLC

President Bola Tinubu, yesterday, knocked the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) over its approach and tactics to national issues. “The labour has gone on strike four times within my nine months in …

Chad opposition leader Yaya Dillo killed in shooting

An Opposition leader in Chad Yaya Dillo has been killed in a clash with security forces in Chad, officials report. Dillo was accused by the government of involvement in a deadly …

Ghana’s New anti-LGBTQ law draws UN Condemnations

Since the bill entitled “Promotion of proper human sexual rights and ghanian family values” was passed in Ghana, it has stirred controversy. “The bill broadens the scope of criminal sanctions against …

Deadly blast rocks Cameroon’s national youth day

Correspondent reports from the ground revealed the grim reality faced by those affected by the explosion, with families grappling with the aftermath of the tragedy and communities shaken by the violence …

Self-defense training in Port Sudan for women

As the war in Sudan continues women and girls have been learning new skills at a combat training camp set up in a former school yard. The 10 months of clashes …

Israeli forces rescue 2 hostages in a dramatic Gaza raid

Two freed Israeli hostages were reunited with their families on Monday, after Israeli forces rescued them early Monday, storming a heavily guarded apartment in the southern Gaza Strip and extracting the …

Ghana celebrates return of stolen artifacts

Ghana has been buzzing over the return on Feb 8 of its stolen antiques by a U.S. museum. The looted Asante royal regalia and other objects are returning to their original …

Election protests turn deadly in Senegal

On Saturday (Feb. 10) at least two people were confirmed dead after protests were held across Senegal, Friday (Feb. 09). Demonstrators were not allowed to gather, and groups were dispersed by …

Hungary’s president resigns over child sexual abuse pardon

Hungary’s President resigned Saturday (Feb. 10) over a child abuse case pardon. Katalin Novak is a member of the ruling conservative party Fidesz. Novak’s decision came after more than a week of …

Sports:Ivory Coast beats Nigeria 2-1 to win Africa Cup of Nations

Sébastien Haller scored late to lead host nation Ivory Coast to a remarkable Africa Cup of Nations title with a 2-1 victory over Nigeria in the final on Sunday. Haller fired …

Malawi lifts visa restrictions for 79 countries

Malawi has lifted visa restrictions for travellers from 79 countries. Homeland Security Minister Ken Zikhałe made this announcement in a gazette notice on Wednesday. The decision aims to enable easier access …

Haiti’s prime minister calls for calm as violent protests rips country apart

Haitian Prime Minister Ariel Henry urged calm in a public address early Thursday following three days of violent protests that have paralyzed the country as thousands of protesters demand his resignation. …

13 people are dead and 27 missing after a boat carrying Sudanese migrants to Europe sank

At least 13 Sudanese migrants died and 27 others are believed missing after their small metal boat sank Thursday off the Tunisian coast as they sought to cross the Mediterranean to …