The Nigerian authorities have released a former national defense adviser, Sambo Dasuke, who has been in prison since 2015 for theft of $ 2 billion, in response to a court ruling to release him. Sambo Dasuke spent 4 years behind bars, despite several court rulings ordering the Internal Intelligence
Suicide bombings on Monday, adopted by the "Al Shabaab" Somali, targeted a US military base in southern Somalia. According to witnesses, flames were seen emanating from the military site of US units in the town of Baldokli northwest of the capital Mogadishu in the south of the country, without
The theft and sabotage caused the loss of Nigeria, the most important African oil producers and OPEC member, in the loss of 22 million barrels in six months, worth $ 1.35 billion. The Nigerian National Economic Council announced on Thursday, during a meeting at the presidential headquarters in Abuja,
According to our correspondent, citing a source in the Forces for Freedom and Change, it was agreed to vote on the names of the five members of the Sovereignty Council after a marathon meeting that lasted for more than 15 hours. The source confirmed that Aisha Musa, Hassan Sheikh
Abidjan, January 7, 2019-- Gabon's government on Monday morning shut down the internet and broadcasting services following an attempted coup against President Ali Bongo, according to digital rights groups Netblocks, and Internet Without Borders, news reports, and local journalists and civil society organizations with whom the Committee to Protect
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