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DEVELOPING: Shock and condemnation trail Trump’s travel ban on Nigeria, Eritrea, Kyrgyzstan and Myanmar, as well as restrictions on Sudan and Tanzania

President Donald Trump's travel ban on Nigeria, Eritrea, Kyrgyzstan and Myanmar, as well as restrictions on Sudan and Tanzania has been greeted with shock and condemnation.Citizens from Nigeria, Eritrea, Myanmar and Kyrgyzstan...

U.S. Congress members send letter to Trump not to add Sudan to travel ban

United States House of Representatives member Karen Bass (D-Calif.), Chair of the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Africa, on Friday, sent a letter to President Donald Trump urging him to reconsider adding Sudan to the administration's...

Food security: $60 million to support Elnefeidi Group’s agricultural expansion in Sudan

The African Development Bank’s Board of Directors has approved a $60 million loan to Elnefeidi Group Holding Company to help finance its long-term agriculture and food expansion program, the bank said in a statement received by...

Amnesty calls on Sudan to hand over ousted Omar al Bashir to International Criminal Court

Amnesty International on Thursday called on the transitional authorities in Sudan to transfer ousted President Omar al Bashir to the International Criminal Court, "in compliance with arrest warrants pending against him for crimes committed in Darfur between 2003 and 2010".

Ex-Sudan strongman al-Bashir convicted of money laundering and corruption

The former President of Sudan, Omar al-Bashir, who ruled over the northern African country with an iron fist for at least three decades, only to be ousted following months of street protests last year, was,...

Religious leaders urge East African governments to achieve peace in South Sudan

One year on from the signing of a peace agreement in South Sudan, thousands of African faith leaders represented by Africa’s major faith-based coalitions have called on East African leaders to urge President Salva Kiir and Opposition...

U.S. considering “all options” as Sudan moves towards total anarchy

With Sudan on the brink of total anarchy with escalating violence and sit-tight ruling generals, the United States is considering all options, including possible sanctions, Makila James, U.S. deputy assistant secretary for East Africa and the...

Sudan on the brink of calamity

Sudan, a country of about 40 million people in north Africa, is on the brink of disaster.Dictator Omar al-Bashir was forced out of office on April 11 after three decades in...

U.S. condemns massacre of peaceful protesters in Sudan

The U.S. has condemned the recent attacks on protesters in Sudan that left at least 60 people dead."We send our condolences to the victims and families who...

North African country of Sudan on lockdown as military – opposition crisis escalates

Sudan's military offered to hold talks with opposition groups on Wednesday without conditions, two days after a crackdown on  protesters in central Khartoum left at least 60 people dead, prompting the United...
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SERAP asks Nigerian federal government and central bank to provide spending details on COVID-19 relief funds, school feeding

Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) has asked the Federal Government and Central Bank of Nigeria...
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Nigerian activists condemn killing of 8 inmates protesting against coronavirus in Kaduna prison

The Centre for Anti-Corruption and Open Leadership, CACOL has chastised the Kaduna state prison officials for their wanton murder of 8 inmates of...

Lagos to cover medical expenses for pregnant women and surgery patients amid coronavirus pandemic, governor says

Lagos State Governor, Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu, on Saturday, announced more palliative measures for vulnerable residents who might be affected by the...

House of Representatives seeks 2-month free power supply for Nigerians amid coronavirus lockdowns and shutdowns

The House of Representatives is to consider a fresh Stimulus Bill that will ensure that Nigerians get free electricity supply for...

No license has been issued for 5G in Nigeria, communication minister Isa Ali Ibrahim releases statement following report

The attention of my office has been drawn to the public concern about the health implications of the deployment of Fifth...
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