Hand over power when applause is loudest – Mahama tells African leaders

Former President John Dramani Mahama has called on African leaders to step down peacefully when they lose elections.

Malawian pastor anoints soap for female members to lure men

A popular man of God from Malawi, Pastor Anointed Bernard, has once again become an internet sensation after he was seen praying on soaps for his female members to use to lure men into love relationships.

Mahama: Climate change as dangerous as terrorism

Former President John Mahama has said climate change is increasingly becoming dangerous and that the world must tackle it just like terrorism.

John Mahama tasks Special Prosecutor to investigate corruption in current gov’t

Former President John Mahama has tasked whoever is appointed as the Special Prosecutor to be courageous enough to prosecute cases of corruption within the current government.

In Nigeria: Taxi driver thrown into coma for spreading death rumour about president Buhari

An unidentified taxi driver in Delta State has been thrown into coma after a man named Usman Bukar, 41, slapped him for spreading death rumours about President Muhammadu Buhari. The incident occurred at a newspaper stand where the victim and the agitator clashed.

Jammeh asks for extension of deadline to leave power

Gambia’s longtime leader Yahya Jammeh has asked the West African bloc ECOWAS for an extension of a midday deadline for him to leave power until 4 p.m. local time (1600 GMT), government sources told Reuters Friday.

In Gambia: Adama Barrow returns home after being sworn-in as President

After being sworn-in in Dakar, Senegal, Adama Barrow, has returned to The Gambia to further claim his mandate. Hours after Barrow was sworn in in The Gambia’s embassy in Dakar, Senegal, he has returned home amidst tight security.

AFCON 2017 – Jordan Ayew begs for Ghanaians support

After performing poorly for the Ghana in their match against the Cranes of Uganda, Aston Villa striker, Jordan Stew is pleading for the nation’s support as they play against Mali on Saturday in the Ongoing AFCON.

Gambia Crisis: Adama Barrow to be inaugurated in Senegal

President-elect of the Gambia, Adama Barrow said his inauguration would go ahead as planned in spite of attempts to thwart it by President Yahya Jammeh.

US feds to investigate killing of lion Cecil in Zimbabwe

The US Fish and Wildlife Service opened an investigation into the killing of Zimbabwe’s beloved lion Cecil after US dentist Walter James Palmer admitted to hunting down the animal, the US federal agency said Thursday.
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