Cameroon Arrests Journalists On Terror Charges

[CPJ] Police arrested Atia Tilarious Azohnwi, the political editor of The Sun, and Amos Fofung, a bureau chief at The Guardian Post, on February 9, 2017, in Buea, the capital of Cameroon’s English-speaking Southwest region, according to media reports. …

[CPJ] Police arrested Atia Tilarious Azohnwi, the political editor of The Sun, and Amos Fofung, a bureau chief at The Guardian Post, on February 9, 2017, in Buea, the capital of Cameroon's English-speaking Southwest region, according to media reports. Their arrest came a few hours after police detained a third Cameroonian, Mofor Ndong, for allegedly planning to distribute pamphlets for a banned organization, according to The Sun newspaper.

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon

Stop Aiding Mugabe, Opposition Tells Registrar General

[News24Wire] Zimbabwe’s main opposition party, the Movement for Democratic Change led by Morgan Tsvangirai has called on the country’s electoral commission to ensure that all eligible Zimbabweans are able to register to vote.

[News24Wire] Zimbabwe's main opposition party, the Movement for Democratic Change led by Morgan Tsvangirai has called on the country's electoral commission to ensure that all eligible Zimbabweans are able to register to vote.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Seychellois James Wong Elected Anglican Archbishop for the Indian Ocean Province

[Seychelles News Agency] Seychellois James Wong is the new Anglican Archbishop of the Indian Ocean province, the second Bishop of the Diocese of Seychelles to be elected for the position.

[Seychelles News Agency] Seychellois James Wong is the new Anglican Archbishop of the Indian Ocean province, the second Bishop of the Diocese of Seychelles to be elected for the position.

source: AllAfrica News: Seychelles

Ritualists Disappear With Victim’s Remains, As Filmmaker Kills Villager Over Food

[Vanguard] Asaba -Suspected ritualists have killed Ogorochi Oluka, a villager at Obetim community, Ndokwa East Local Government Area, Delta State, and disappeared with his corpse.

[Vanguard] Asaba -Suspected ritualists have killed Ogorochi Oluka, a villager at Obetim community, Ndokwa East Local Government Area, Delta State, and disappeared with his corpse.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Vatican Supports Anti-Graft War in Nigeria

[Vanguard] Archbishop Antonio Fillpazzi , the Apostolic Nuncio to Nigeria, Embassy of Holy See Vatican, , has pledged Vatican’s support for the anti-corruption crusade and development of education in Nigeria.

[Vanguard] Archbishop Antonio Fillpazzi , the Apostolic Nuncio to Nigeria, Embassy of Holy See Vatican, , has pledged Vatican's support for the anti-corruption crusade and development of education in Nigeria.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Church Offers Age-Old Sanctuary to South Sudan’s Dispossessed

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Wau -Below a painted scene of African mud huts and a crucified Christ, eight-year-old Juma lies on a blue metal bed, recovering from malaria.

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Wau -Below a painted scene of African mud huts and a crucified Christ, eight-year-old Juma lies on a blue metal bed, recovering from malaria.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan

Police Deployed in Kisumu as Supreme Court Makes Decision

[Nation] There has been heavy police deployment in Kisumu Town ahead of Friday’s Supreme Court verdict on the election petition filed by National Super Alliance (Nasa) Presidential candidate Raila Odinga.

[Nation] There has been heavy police deployment in Kisumu Town ahead of Friday's Supreme Court verdict on the election petition filed by National Super Alliance (Nasa) Presidential candidate Raila Odinga.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Govt Worries Over Annual 5,160 Deaths By Food Diseases

[Vanguard] Ilorin -The Federal Government has expressed regrets over the death of 5,160 Nigerians yearly from food-borne diseases and urged residents to take food safety serious.

[Vanguard] Ilorin -The Federal Government has expressed regrets over the death of 5,160 Nigerians yearly from food-borne diseases and urged residents to take food safety serious.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

I Pray for Nigeria to Witness More Development in Months, Years to Come – Aisha Buhari

[Vanguard] As Muslims celebrate Sallah today, the Nigerian first lady, Aisha Buhari, Friday, prayed Nigeria to witness more development and unity in months and years to come.

[Vanguard] As Muslims celebrate Sallah today, the Nigerian first lady, Aisha Buhari, Friday, prayed Nigeria to witness more development and unity in months and years to come.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria