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25th October 2017 The opposition leader Raila Odinga, today addressing supporters at Uhuru Park in Nairobi made his long awaited BIG announcement. "We the people of Kenya, followers of NASA movement assembled here at Uhuru Park & all the supporters all over the republic of Kenya resolve today that tomorrow the 26th October there will be no elections in the Reupblic of Kenya."
18th Nov 2017 ZIMBABWEANS FINALLY SAY WHAT THEY WANT Thousands of Zimbabweans across the divide of religion or color came together as a nation in solidarity with the Defense Armed Forces (DAF). At Zimbabwe Grounds in High fields suburb of the capital various political parties, churches, Politicians, & many others attended. People proceeded towards the State House passing through the busy Simon Mazorodze rd with singing & marching while others used buses, long haul trucks, pick ups, vehicles or any moving object holding placards of various demands.The capitals Freedom Square & Streets around Harare were resembling an ocean of people. Passing through Army soldiers, their trucks & Tankers. The armed forces showed a professional and friendly conduct. By the end of the day the public was informed of talks with President Mugabe & a statement would be issued once a deal has been agreed upon.
Zimbabwe - Zimbabwe has over one hundred political parties vying for 2018 elections.
Zimbabwe's War Veterans Association led by Victor Matemadanda during a press conference at Harare Chambers said they are happy with the Army intervention to stop President Robert Mugabe from introducing a Dynasty.
Sierra Leone's opposition candidate Julius Maada Bio has won the presidential run-off. The People's Party presidential candidate won 51.81 percent of votes cast in the March 31 poll. His challenger, Samura Kamara, a former foreign affairs minister garnered 48.19 percent.
Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari has declared his intention to see for a second term in office. Rising from the ruling APC party’s National Executive Committee (NEC) Meeting in Abuja, President Buhari said his decision was in the best interest of the party and the country.
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