January 26, 2017

Government orders internet blackout after protests against what activists call marginalisation of English-speakers. Protests in Anglophone regions turned violent late last year [File: Stringer/Reuters] English-speaking regions of Cameroon have now been without the internet for more than a week after Anglophone teachers, lawyers and students went on strike over alleged bias in favour of Francophones. Wednesday…

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January 26, 2017, Juba – Catechist of Mondikolok Chapel of Sacred Heart Parish Lomin of Kajo-Keji County was confirmed killed during clashes between government troops and opposition fighters in the area on Sunday. Parish priest Fr Jesu˘s Aranda told CRN on Tuesday that the Catechist known by one name Lino was killed with five other…

Read More Breaking News: SPLA led Juba Dinka Government killed a Catechist in KaJo-keji clashes

January 26, 2017 the SPLM-IO High Command says rogue regime in Juba should only worry about how they are destroying the country and not about SPLM-IO who is coming to rescue the country from falling apart.

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New president arrives from Senegal after weeks of political turmoil that left the West African country in disarray. January 26, 2017, The Gambia’s new president Adama Barrow has returned to the capital Banjul on Thursday, days after long-standing ruler Yahya Jammeh, who initially disputed the election results, was forced into exile. Barrow’s return ended days…

Read More Adama Barrow arrives in capital Banjul, at last

January 26, 2017 SPLM-IO said that, “There is a light now at the end of the tunnel, our brothers will appear in court tomorrow at 8am Milimani law court, 4th floor. The lawyer is asking us all to go there in our big numbers to show our support. Amnesty International lawyer and their legal team…

Read More Updates about the tomorrow event in Nairobi

AFPAdama Barrow was sworn in in Senegal a week ago Adama Barrow, the new Gambian president, is expected to return home today to assume power at 16:00 GMT. Mr Barrow was sworn in last week in Senegal as regional leaders were persuading his predecessor, Yahya Jammeh, to step aside. Diplomats have urged Mr Barrow’s swift…

Read More Gambia’s president to return home today

January 26, 2017 the SPLM-IO High Command says rogue regime in Juba should only worry about how they are destroying the country and not about SPLM-IO who is coming to rescue the country from falling apart

Read More SPLM-IO High Command dismissed internet allegation of dismissal by rogue regime in Juba

PAGAK/JUBA (26 Jan.) Clashes broke out on Wednesday morning on west bank areas near Malakal town in Upper Nile between Aguelek and SPLA, a rebel spokesman said. Col. William Gatjiath Deng, military spokesman of the SPLA-IO, told Radio Tamazuj that the government forces had attacked their troops led by Gen. Johnson Olony between Wau Shilluk…

Read More Fighting erupts in Upper Nile near Malakal

By Dr. Henry Jembi, Jan 9, 2016(Nyamilepedia) ——– Without focusing and addressing the root causes of conflicts in South Sudan, there will be no unity, peace, and nothing good will materialize in South Sudan. Imagine 38 years of displacement and refugee life and at the end of the day no peace, no unity, and no…

Read More NOTHING GOOD IS GOING TO COME OUT OF SOUTH SUDAN WITHOUT TRUE PEACE AND UNITY

Date:26/01/2017 Press release On behalf of the entire Lou Nuer Gat-borchaar in Sudan, we do here by condemned the Government of Kenya with strongest term possible for the arrest and disappearance of the two prominence sons of the soils namely lawyer Cde Dong Luak deputy chairperson of national committee for justice and human rights and…

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