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Past articles by Eromo:

Who’s leading the Nigeria election? All to know about the results

Voters and observer missions have highlighted INEC’s failures and violence on election day as results are awaited. → Read More

Nigerians wait anxiously as election results collation continues

The collation of results in the election that observers and voters say had many logistical challenges is still ongoing. → Read More

Voters, observers hopeful as Nigeria presidential election begins

Eighteen candidates are jostling to succeed Muhammadu Buhari as president but only four are frontrunners in the race. → Read More

Obi supporters in home state have high hopes for Nigeria election

Peter Obi is being projected by multiple polls to win the race to replace outgoing President Muhammadu Buhari. → Read More

Nigeria election 2023: Five reasons to care about the vote

Millions of Nigerians are set to elect their next president. Here’s what’s at stake. → Read More

Nigeria 2023 election: All you need to know

There are 93.4 million eligible voters for February 25 polls, the sixth since Nigeria’s return to democracy in 1999. → Read More

Can Cameroon overcome issues at home to secure World Cup success?

Despite a tough group which includes favourites Brazil, former player Eto’o has backed Cameroon to win the World Cup. → Read More

Photos: The pollution of Nigeria’s sacred Osun River

Along the course of the Osun River and its tributaries, there are several mining sites that may have caused pollution. → Read More

Cry me a river: How gold polluted Nigeria’s sacred Osun river

A river used by millions of Nigerians and running through a sacred site for Black people worldwide is heavily polluted. → Read More

Now that Ruto is Kenya’s president-elect, what happens next?

Legal battles and political intrigue are expected in the coming days, now that William Ruto has won the Kenyan election. → Read More

Drama, disappointment in Nairobi as Ruto wins Kenyan election

There was drama and disagreement in parts of the capital after Deputy President Ruto was declared president-elect. → Read More

In Kenya, pending election results keep the nation in suspense

Two days after Kenya’s closely contested presidential election, official results are still being awaited. → Read More

Tallying under way in closely contested Kenya election

Tuesday’s vote saw low turnout and official results are expected to be announced on Thursday at the earliest. → Read More

Economy, political permutations at centre of Kenyan election

The vote is seen as a key test of stability for East African powerhouse and a referendum on the president’s legacy. → Read More

The ‘deep state’ conspiracy theory tainting Kenya’s elections

The phrase ‘deep state’ has been used to suggest a behind-the-scenes involvement of the state in the 2022 elections. → Read More

France, Russia, and shifting sands in the Sahel

The withdrawal of French troops from Mali comes after nine years of fighting the Islamist insurgency. Members of the UN Security Council and leadership of UN peacekeeping force MINUSMA in Bamako. → Read More

Nigerian parliament rescinds decision on gender equality bills

The lawmakers’ decision on International Women’s Day came hours after simultaneous protests by women in four states. → Read More

‘Detty December’: Nigeria’s diaspora flock to Lagos for party season

Concerts, parties and weddings booked to coincide with annual homecoming of overseas Nigerians → Read More

What is the Allied Democratic Forces armed group?

ADF, labelled as a ‘terrorist’ organisation by the United States, is considered the deadliest group operating in DRC. → Read More

Small businesses bear the brunt of Nigerian separatist lockdowns

Firms in southeastern Nigeria are losing business due to stay-at-home orders announced by separatists in the region. → Read More