Ba N’Daou, Mali’s former Defence Minister, has been sworn in as President of the transition government.
President Muhammadu Buhari on Sunday night met behind closed doors with President Nana Akufo-Addo of Ghana at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.
Africa’s largest airline, Ethiopian Airlines, has resumed passenger flights from New Jersey, United States, to Lagos and Abuja.
An Ethiopian year is comprised of 13 months and is seven years behind the Gregorian calendar.
Opposition figures reacted angrily on Tuesday after Ivory Coast’s top court rejected 40 candidates for upcoming presidential elections, validating the contested bid of head of state Alassane Ouattara but sidelining his predecessor, Laurent Gbagbo.
Paul Rusesabagina, whose actions during the genocide inspired the Oscar-nominated film “Hotel Rwanda”, was charged Monday with terrorism and other serious crimes in his first court appearance in Kigali.
On Tuesday last week, 35-year-old Pastor Ofori, armed with a gun, tracked his 27-year-old wife to her workplace at Navy Federal Credit Union and shot her point-blank.
Mali’s ruling junta pushed through a political charter on Saturday that could lead to the appointment of a soldier as interim president.
The Africa Cup of Nations trophy retained by Egypt permanently after the Pharaohs won the title three times in a row has been lost.
Ahead of the resumption of international flights, the Nigerian government has released the list of international airlines denied approval to operate in the country.