Togo opposition cries foul over Presidential election

Togo’s opposition says fake polling stations were set up during Saturday’s votes to secure victory for the President. Faure Gnassinge, who’s been in power 15 years, claims overwhelmingly to have secured a fourth mandate. Agbéyomé Kodjo,a former Togolese Prime Minister who was the man opposition candidate in the Presidential poll claims fake polling stations were […]

Observers holding thumbs for South Sudan power-sharing deal

International sanctions fingers are no longer pointed at South Sudan after the eleventh-hour swearing-in of a unity government. But observers’ are holding thumbs that this initiative will bring peace after several failed efforts in the world’s youngest country. South Sudanese President Salva Kiir used encouraging words like irreversible to describe the power-sharing deal his done […]

Uganda and Rwanda working to ease border tension

Four African heads of state have met on the Uganda/Rwanda border to ease tensions that have paralyzed the movement of good and people between these countries that were once firm friends. Presidents Yoweri Museveni and Paul kagame have signed an extradition treaty aimed at stopping subversive activities by their respective nationals. Presidents Joao Lourenco of […]