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Governor of Borno Escapes Death As Boko Haram Hits Convoy

“Governor Kashim Shettima of Borno State Wednesday cheated death, missing a hit by Boko Haram, which attacked his convoy ” https://allafrica.com/stories/201902140121.html…

Ebola’s death toll

The Ebola’s death in DRC toll keeps rising. So far there have been 811 cases and 510 deaths https://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/handle/10665/280135/OEW06-0410022019.pdf  …

Nearly 70 Killed in Cameroon as Separatists Stop Youth Week Activities

“Renewed fighting has killed 69 people in English-speaking regions of Cameroon, where armed separatists have ordered people to stay inside…

South Africa: DUT Confirms Death of Student After Violent Protest

“The Durban University of Technology has confirmed the death of one of its students, who was involved in protests outside…

Fuel price protests in Zimbabwe turn deadly

“Several people were killed and some 200 arrested during protests in Zimbabwe on Monday, the government said, two days after…

At Least Eight Dead After Nigeria Oil Tanker Explosion

“At least eight people were confirmed dead after an petrol tanker overturned and exploded in southern Nigeria, police said on…

Togo Protests Turn Deadly After Government Crackdown

“Deaths were reported in Togo after security forces moved against protesters across the West African state. Opposition leaders accused “regime…

Nigeria’s President Denies Death Rumor

“Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari on Sunday denied a rumor floating around the internet that he had died and been replaced…

Tributes Pour in for Ikeogu Oke, NLNG Prize-winning Poet Who Has Passed on at 51

“Nigerian poet Ikeogu Oke, who won the 2017 NLNG Prize for his poetry collection The Heresiad, has passed on at the age…

Death and promises on East African waters

“Over the past half a century, East Africa’s inland waters have been plagued by two constants – death and promises.”…

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