Africa Posts

Lagos To Commence Inquest Into TB Joshua Church Collapse

By Correspondent , 03 , Oct 2014


Lagos (AFP) - Nigeria said Friday that it will begin an inquest on October 13 into the cause of a church building collapse in Lagos that killed 115 people, including .. Read More →

Two Dogs Arrested For Attacking Siblings

By Correspondent , 03 , Oct 2014


The Lagos State Police Command has arrested two dogs for attacking three siblings and injuring one of them on the skull. The police also arrested the owner of the dogs .. Read More →

Botswana`s Edwin Samotse Deported To SA Could Face Secret Execution

By Correspondent , 03 , Oct 2014


By International Federation Of Human Rights. On August 13, 2014, Mr. Edwin Samotse, a Botswana national, was unlawfully deported from South Africa to Botswana, where he runs the risk of .. Read More →

Thirteen Year Old Zambian Pupil Bitten By Class Monitor

By Correspondent , 03 , Oct 2014


A Thirteen-year-old pupil in Sinazongwe has died after being allegedly beaten by her class monitor following a dispute which arose after the deceased was recorded as a noise maker. Hazel .. Read More →

Anti Gay Law Judge Cries Out

By Correspondent , 03 , Oct 2014


Uganda, Karuma. - A Constitutional Court judge who was among the panel of five justices who annulled the anti-gays law has said they have received public backlash for having taken .. Read More →

Nigeria To Have Free And Fair Elections: Goodluck Jonathan

By Correspondent , 03 , Oct 2014


Abuja - Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan on Thursday assured the international community that his government will stage free and credible elections next year, a statement said. "We received international commendations .. Read More →

Nigeria Celebrates 54th Independence Anniversary

By Correspondent , 02 , Oct 2014


The West African country will celebrate its 54th anniversary of independence today October 1 2014. WITH A population of over 160 million people and 250 ethnic groups, Nigeria is the .. Read More →

Three Boko Haram Insurgents Jailed For 25 Years

By Mildred Richards , 01 , Oct 2014


Nigeria. – Three members of the notorious Boko Haram were sentenced to 25 years in jail by the Nigerian government. The three insurgents were charged with 18 counts of conspiracy .. Read More →

Desmond Tutu Backing Hong Kong Protestors

By Correspondent , 01 , Oct 2014


Johannesburg - South African Nobel peace laureate Desmond Tutu Wednesday backed pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong, criticising police for trying to suppress them and calling on Bejing not to "fear .. Read More →