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20220906 1900 WILLSHIR AFRICA TIMELINE

September 6

ANGOLA – 06 SEP 2022

  • LUANDA – 06 SEP 2022 (06H30) The Constitutional Court (TC) of Angola has dismissed the National Union for the Total Independence of Angola (UNITA) injunction to declare the ineffectiveness of the minutes of the final electoral results approved on 28 August 2022. The TC has ruled that the cumulative requirements for the enactment of a measure are not met, including irregularities substantiated by the fact that the suspensive effect is conferred by law on electoral disputes, and defended the request for the ineffectiveness of the minutes of tabulation of electoral results. In addition, the TC noted that UNITA’s request for suspension of the effectiveness is insufficient, as well as the intention to suspend the electoral results and the process of swearing in the new President of the Republic.

 

BOTSWANA – 06 SEP 2022

  • GABORONE – 06 SEP 2022 (08H15) The Court of Appeal (CoA) has refused to grant former President Ian Khama punitive costs against the Directorate of Intelligence and Security (DIS) after allegedly claiming false allegations. This follows after the court admitted that the DIS had wrongfully concealed and denied Khama the opportunity to address documents that should have formed part of the record proceedings. Khama had filed a lawsuit against DIS for testifying falsely under oath and concealing information before courts. According to Khama, the DIS had, on 19 November 2021, filed an ex-parte application before Justice Chris Gabanagae of the Gaborone High Court seeking a search warrant for his house in Extension 5, referred to as State House Number 4. However, failed and reapplied before Lobatse High Court judge Ranier Busang without disclosing that the same application had been denied. Meanwhile, the court had granted Khama the record the DIS omitted to be submitted as part of proceedings.

 

DEM. REP. CONGO – 06 SEP 2022

  • KINSHASA – 05 SEP 2022 (19H10) UPDATE The Court of Cessation has postponed the case until 12 September 2022. The postponed aims to allow the continuation of investigations and in order to enable Kabund to take cognisance of his charges and return to respond to all charges levelled against him. (08H50) Deputy Jean Marck Kabund, former interim President of the Union for Democracy and Social Progress (UDPS) and President of the Alliance for Change (ACh), is expected to appear before the Court of Cassation for the continuation of his trial today, 05 September 2022. Kabund is being prosecuted for contempt of the Head of State, harmful imputations and defamation. Kabund remains detained in Makala central prison, despite being placed under house arrest in August 2022. The ACh party has denounced the alleged illegal and arbitrary detention.
  • BENI – 06 SEP 2022 (13H00) UPDATE Local sources have indicated that two civilians have died, while several vehicles had been damaged following the clashes. Reports indicate that residents in the Matonge district have barricaded roads with stones and burning tyres. Members of the public are advised to avoid the area. (12H40) Clashes reported between the local community members of Beni and the United Nations (UN) peacekeeping mission at the Nyamwisi Boulevard, near the ENRA/N4 roundabout in the city of Beni. Reports indicate that the community had opposed the movement of the UN peacekeepers to the city centre who were travelling from Butembo. Local sources indicated that the peacekeepers had opened fire on the community. Business activity had been halted, particularly in the Matonge shopping centre, for possible disruptions due to the situation. Police are on the scene and are assessing the situation.
  • KINSHASA – 06 SEP 2022 (13H40) The United States (US) Government has announced the allocation of an additional $13 million in funding to support transparent, credible and inclusive political processes in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). The grant is in addition to the $10,65 million in electoral support previously allocated to the DRC Government. The US Embassy in the DRC has stated that an amount of $3 million originates from the US Agency for International Development’s (USAID’s) Complex Crises Fund, while $1 million in funds have been granted from the Regional Democracy Fund for the Department of State Africa. The funding is expected to support international and local observation of the 2023 Presidential and Legislative Elections by independent, qualified and nonpartisan observers. In addition, the US has also committed $7 million to strengthen voter education, support inclusive and peaceful electoral processes, voter disinformation, and provide technical assistance during the electoral process.

 

ESWATINI – 06 SEP 2022

  • LOBAMBA – 06 SEP 2022 (08H50) The Kingdom of eSwatini is set to observe its 54th Independence Day today, 06 September 2022. eSwatini, formally named Swaziland, gained its independence on 06 September 1968. Currently, the nation is expected to celebrate Independence Day of Eswatini, also known as Somhlolo Day, at the Somhlolo National Stadium in Lobamba.
  • MBABANE – 06 SEP 2022 (13H00) The Economic Freedom Fighters of Swaziland (EFFSWA) Students Command is set to embark on a protest on Wednesday, 07 September 2022, from 08H00 in Mbabane. The EFFSWA has called on the nation to protest in solidarity with the students at the Limkokwing University in Mbabane. The demonstrators are demanding the return of the students who had been suspended, a new Director to lead the institution, a new security company, special programmes for the resumption of classes and their outstanding student allowances. Motorists are advised to remain vigilant for the duration of the protest. Police will be deployed to the scene./.

 

ETHIOPIA- 06 SEP 2022

  • HIMORA – 06 SEP 2022 (13H55) The Sudanese Armed Forces have reportedly deployed troops to the border with neighbouring Ethiopia. This follows reports of ongoing armed clashes between the Ethiopian National Defence Force (ENDF), Eritrean Military forces, Amhara militia members and Tigrayan forces in the vicinity of the Himora area, located in the border region between Ethiopia, Sudan and Eritrea. The Sudanese Government has also recently called on humanitarian workers to evacuate from the Hamdayet refugee camp following an intensification of unrest near the border. The security situation in the area remains volatile.

 

GHANA – 06 SEP 2022

  • ACCRA – 06 SEP 2022 (08H30) The President of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo, has ordered that the Ghana Nuclear Power Programme Organisation (GNPPO) be transferred from the Ministry of Energy to the Office of the President. This comes as President Akufo-Addo seeks to enhance proper coordination among the established key institutions. In 2008, the Government decided that nuclear power should form part of the country’s energy mix, which led to the formation of the GNPPO in 2012, and in 2013 the country formally submitted a letter to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), declaring its intention of developing a peaceful nuclear energy programme. President Akufo-Addo has further assured that the Government is committed to transparency, adherence to the strict standards of safety, security, and accountability in the peaceful uses of nuclear technology and will continue to implement the nuclear power programme in the subsequent phases of the development of the programme by using nuclear technology to generate electricity to accelerate national development and industrialisation.
  • ACCRA – 06 SEP 2022 (16H30) New International Monetary Fund (IMF) Mission Chief for Ghana, Stephane Roudet, has arrived in Accra to pay a courtesy visit to Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta and his team. This follows after Roudet’s appointment to the position took effect on 01 September 2022. Roudet is replacing Carlo Sdralevich, who is set to be appointed on another assignment in the IMF’s Finance Department. Roudet is accompanied by Bank of Ghana First Deputy Governor Maxwell Opoku-Afari. Roudet’s arrival follows after IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgiva recently reiterated the IMF’s continued commitment to reaching an agreement with the Ghanaian Government by December 2022 for an economic programme. Roudet’s stay follows ahead of a full mission visit towards the end of September 2022. During the visit, the new Mission Chief for Ghana is also expected to meet with Heads of key Government institutions as the country prepares to enter the IMF programme.

 

KENYA – 06 SEP 2022

  • NAIROBI – 05 SEP 2022 (19H00) President Uhuru Kenyatta has addressed the public and members of the media following the Supreme Court verdict today, 05 September 2022. During the speech, Kenyatta noted that he will observe the transition of the following administration. This follows as the required orders to facilitate the transition have been issued. Kenyatta has requested the public to respect the institutions that facilitated the new leaders’ appointments and to keep the institutions and leaders under constant investigation. President-elect William Ruto is set to communicate with President Kenyatta to discuss his transition to office.
  • NAIROBI – 06 SEP 2022 (11H20) The Supreme Court has dismissed a motion and petition challenging the suitability of Rigathi Gachagua as the Deputy President of Kenya. This comes as 11 activists filed the petition on 08 August 2022, yet the seven judges ruled that the reasons cited by the petitioners were incompetent. The petitioners were seeking to have Gachagua barred from office for non-compliance with Chapter 6 of the Constitution, which focuses on integrity.
  • NAIROBI – 06 SEP 2022 (12H15) Head of Public Service, Joseph Kinyua, who will be chairing the Assumption of the Office of President Committee, has announced that Tuesday, 13 September 2022, has been declared a public holiday for the general observance of the swearing-in of President-elect William Ruto as Kenya’s fifth Head of State. Kinyua stated that a gazettement will be issued in due time and that the swearing-in and handing over of power will be held at the Moi International Sports Centre in Kasarani, Nairobi, from 10H00 and 14H00 on Tuesday, and thereafter the Deputy President-elect will also be sworn in. Judiciary Chief Registrar Anne Amadi will administer the oath under the precedence of Chief Justice Martha Koome, after which Ruto’s deputy, Rigathi Gachagua, will also be sworn in. This follows after the Supreme Court, on Monday, 05 September 2022, rejected the opposition leader, Raila Odinga, challenge to the presidential election and confirmed Ruto as the winner of the 09 August 2022 elections.

 

LESOTHO – 06 SEP 2022

  • TLOKOENG – 06 SEP 2022 (14H10) The Democratic Congress (DC) political party has announced plans to establish at least 30 diamond mining sites across the country within five years of assuming power. Party leader Mathibeli Mokhothu, who also serves as the Deputy Prime Minister of Lesotho, made the announcement during a recent political campaign in Malingoaneng, Mokhotlong. Mokhothu further noted that the party is expected to utilise the country’s mineral resources as the basis to revive Lesotho’s economy. Mokhothu has also stated that his Government is expected to leverage the country’s abundant water resources to establish water bottling companies to serve both local and global markets and facilitate the creation of employment opportunities. This follows as the country is scheduled to hold general elections on 07 October 2022 to elect 120 members of the National Assembly, the lower house of the Parliament.

 

MADAGASCAR – 06 SEP 2022

  • IHOSY – 06 SEP 2022 (16H40) Parliamentary Assistant and Deputy Mayor Gilbert Razafimandimby has succumbed to injuries incurred during a recent attack on the RN7 local road approximately 25 kilometres (km) from Ihosy. The attack follows amid a deterioration of the security situation in the region. Razafimandimby, a Parliamentary Assistant to a Senator in Ihorombe and former journalist, had been transported to a nearby hospital for severe injuries after being attacked on the RN7 by three armed suspects on Saturday, 03 September 2022. Razafimandimby has since passed away due to the severity of his injuries. Investigations into the circumstances surrounding the attack are ongoing.

 

MALAWI – 06 SEP 2022

  • LILONGWE – 05 SEP 2022 (19H10) The Senior Resident Magistrate Court in Lilongwe has set Friday, 16 September 2022, for the bail ruling of Chinese Susu on allegations of exploiting Malawian children. Senior Resident Magistrate James Mankhwazi, who is presiding over the case, has informed both the state and defence counsel of the set date. This follows after Susu, who is accused of exploiting Malawian children at Njwea in Lilongwe through the filming of video footage for profit, reapplied for bail on Friday, 02 September 2022. Susu has been on remand at the Maula Prison since his arrest on 16 July 2022.
  • LILONGWE – 06 SEP 2022 (14H49) The National Oil Company of Malawi (NOCMA) has recently released one million litres of fuel into the Malawian market in a bid to stabilise the fuel scarcity situation being experienced in the country. Petroleum Importers Limited (PIL) has also recently stated that efforts are underway to import 85% of its capacity due to foreign exchange challenges. PIL, a private consortium, recently projected the stabilisation of fuel supply in August 2022 in anticipation of improved forex availability following the devaluation of the kwacha. However, the situation has remained negative, with forex shortages worsening, resulting in further disruptions of fuel supply. Currently, several fuel service stations in various areas of the country are experiencing fuel and diesel deficiencies. PIL General Manager Martin Msimuko has confirmed that the company is experiencing challenges with the sourcing of $22 million per month required to import fuel.
  • LILONGWE – 06 SEP 2022 (17H20) National Oil Company of Malawi (NOCMA) is expected to be charged with contempt of parliament after failing to appear before the Committee of Trade, Industry and Tourism in Parliament today, 06 September 2022. This follows after NOCMA had recently been summoned to respond to queries regarding the fuel scarcity situation in the country. Committee Chairperson Simplex Chithyol has stated that NOCMA has failed to appear before Parliament. The company has reportedly stated intentions to appear before the Committee after adequately preparing for the hearing.

 

MOZAMBIQUE – 06 SEP 2022

  • MAPUTO – 05 SEP 2022 (20H45) Mozambique’s publicly-owned Ports and Rail Company (CFM) Board of Directors Chairperson Miguel Matabele has announced the introduction of an express train set to travel to South Africa and eSwatini. The introduction of the train aims to facilitate the movement of people and goods between the three countries. The announcement follows after Mozambican Prime Minister Adriano Maleiane recently visited the CFM station at the Maputo International Trade Fair (FACIM). CFM previously signed an agreement with South Africa’s Transnet Freight Rail (TFR) for the elimination of the rail border and an agreement with Eswatini Railways for direct rail links for the transport of goods. The agreements are set to allow CFM-operated trains and South Africa’s Transnet Freight Rail (TFR) trains to cross the border at Ressano Garcia without restrictions. Additionally, the Goba railway border with eSwatini has been removed, thus allowing the free circulation of goods trains between the two countries.

 

NIGERIA – 06 SEP 2022

  • LAGOS – 06 SEP 2022 (06H10) The death toll following the seven-storey building collapse at Oba Idowu Oniru Street, Lekki, Lagos State, on Sunday, 04 September 2022, has increased to four. Excavators of emergency response agencies at the site retrieved two more bodies from the debris on Monday, 05 September 2022. This follows after the agencies found two bodies on Sunday. Local sources had indicated six bodies in the building when it collapsed. The death toll was confirmed by officials of the Lagos State Emergency Management Agency.
  • BIRNIN GWARI – 06 SEP 2022 (07H00) The Birnin-Gwari Emirate Progressives Union (BEPU) has called for an increase in security after alleged bandits blocked roads, killed two persons and abducted several community members in the Birnin-Gwari area. According to the BEPU, the bandits attacked the Damari community on Saturday, 03 September 2022, killing a resident and looting stores. BEPU has noted that the armed bandits blocked access on the Birnin-Gwari to Funtua Road since 01 September 2022, which coincides with Birnin-Gwari Market Day. In addition, the bandits have also attacked several other communities and have continued to threaten several communities despite paying a ransom. This follows after the new General Officer Commanding (GOC) 1 Division of the Nigerian Army Kaduna held a visit to the area on Wednesday, 31 August 2022.
  • ASABA – 06 SEP 2022 (09H00) Youth members in the Niger Delta area of Nigeria are threatening to disrupt oil production in protest against a new Government contract to improve the security of oil pipelines and reduce theft of crude oil. This comes after the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) awarded the contract to a private company linked to retired militant Government Ekpemupolo, also known as Tompolo. The contract involves all pipeline systems in the Niger Delta and is reportedly worth around $10 million. The Government has decided to curb oil theft after facing challenges with declining production.
  • KADUNA – 06 SEP 2022 (10H00) The management of Kaduna State University has ordered the institution’s branch of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) to resume work or face sanctions. The University’s Registrar, Samuel Manshop, stated that the university will be invoking Section 2(2) of the Staff Conditions of Service if the lecturers fail to comply with the directives of resumption, especially the conduct of the Second Semester 2020/2021 Academic Session with effect from Monday, 05 September 2022. Manshop further noted if the lecturers refuse to comply with the directive, it will force the Council to invoke Section 2, Clause 2 (2) of the staff Conditions of Service revised edition 2018. This follows after the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) embarked on a strike on Monday, 14 February 2022, while other teacher unions joined the strike in March 2022 in demand of the renegotiation of the ASUU-Federal Government 2009 agreement, the release of revitalisation funds for universities, deployment of the University Transparency Accountability System (UTAS) for the payment of salaries and allowances of university lecturers, release of earned allowances, and the release of the visitation panels to universities.
  • MINNA – 06 SEP 2022 (11H50) Protest reported at the Niger State Government House entrance in Minna. Reports indicate that alleged pensioners have staged a protest in demand for their pension salaries. Motorists are advised to remain vigilant. Police are aware of the situation.
  • ABUJA – 06 SEP 2022 (18H00) UPDATE The Federal Government has announced the establishment of a tactical committee to review laws declaring that remuneration will not be provided to employees who desist from carrying out their duties. This follows in regard to the no work, no pay stance against striking members of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU). Director of Press and Public Relations at the Federal Ministry of Education, Ben Goong, has stated that the committee is also set to evaluate issues relating to salary increases for university lecturers and determine workable solutions to the issues. This follows the outcome of a meeting between the Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, and Pro-Chancellors, Chairmen of Councils, as well as Vice-Chancellors of universities. (15H10) ASUU President Emmanuel Osodeke has stated that the union is not expected to continue negotiations with the current administration regarding the ongoing strike. In response, Education Minister Adamu Adamu has noted that the position must be resisted to recover the country’s education system. Adamu has called for collaboration to restore public universities, urging Pro-Chancellors and Vice-Chancellors to demonstrate commitment to resolving the ongoing strike. The Minister has further noted that the Government remains committed to supporting the physical and academic developments of its universities as well as enhancing the working conditions of all university staff. (06H00) The National Universities Commission (NUC) is scheduled to hold a meeting with Education Minister Adamu Adamu and university Pro-Chancellors and Vice-Chancellors concerning the ongoing strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) today, 06 September 2022. NUC Executive Secretary Abubakar Rasheed has stated that the Commission has invited Pro-Chancellors and Vice-Chancellors to meet with Minister Adamu to discuss amicable solutions to the strike action. This follows after the ASUU resolved to embark on a comprehensive and indefinite strike following the conclusion of an ASUU National Executive Council (NEC) discussion on 29 August 2022. The meeting is scheduled to be held at the Commission’s headquarters in Abuja.

 

RWANDA – 06 SEP 2022

  • KIGALI – 05 SEP 2022 (19H00) The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Trade has announced that Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa has arrived at the Kigali International Airport in Rwanda. The Zimbabwean Head of State (HoS) is scheduled to attend the Africa Food Systems Forum (AGRF) 2022, which is being held in Kigali between today, 05 September 2022, and Friday, 09 September 2022. The Ministry has noted that the Summit is set to be attended by several stakeholders, including Presidents, innovators, businesses, private institutions, civil society and development agencies. The Summit aims to discuss strategies for the advancement of the continental food security agenda.

 

TANZANIA – 06 SEP 2022

  • DAR ES SALAAM – 06 SEP 2022 (14H20) Aviation services company Swissport has announced an extension of its service contract with Air Tanzania at its Dar es Salaam (DAR) home base in Tanzania until 2024. This follows as Swissport has been offering airport ground and air cargo handling services to Air Tanzania since 2020. The new agreement allows the extension of its contract for an additional two years. Swissport is also expected to offer a wide range of services, including airport ground, air cargo handling and aviation security for 134 flights per week. In addition to DAR, Swissport also oversees Air Tanzania’s hub operations at Kilimanjaro Airport, the second base for the Tanzanian airline.

 

ZAMBIA – 06 SEP 2022

  • LUSAKA – 05 SEP 2022 (19H00) Finance Minister Situmbeko Musokotwane has announced that the Government is expected to publish a full report containing components of the $1,3 billion International Monetary Fund (IMF) financial assistance package before Friday, 09 September 2022. Musokotwane has noted that the Government has undertaken efforts to implement reforms to increase spending in social sectors such as Health and Education. The Minister has further noted that the IMF’s Extended Credit Facility is expected to assist in availing additional resources to be utilised by the country to allocate funding toward the recruitment of teachers and health workers.
  • LUSAKA – 06 SEP 2022 (10H30) The Ministry of Fisheries and Livestock has, with immediate effect, banned the movement of live cattle from Chisamba and Chibombo districts following the outbreak of Contagious Bovine Pleuropneumonia (CBPP). This follows after the ministry’s department of veterinary services conducted investigations on 02 September 2022 and 03 September 2022, which confirmed the outbreak of CBPP, with the initial findings detecting that the livestock disease is confined to feed-lot facilities within Chisamba and Chibombo districts. The Acting Director of Veterinary Services, Geoffrey Muuka, stated that more than 8,000 cattle in Chisamba and Chibombo Districts in Central Province have been affected and will be slaughtered in 20 days. Muuka further stated that the department will implement emergency disease control measures to maintain the outbreak.

 

ZIMBABWE – 06 SEP 2022

  • HARARE – 05 SEP 2022 (19H15) The Government has announced that the Cabinet meeting set for tomorrow, 06 September 2022, has been rescheduled to Tuesday, 13 September 2022. All members of the Cabinet are advised that the Cabinet sitting for 06 September 2022 has been cancelled. This follows due to President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s absence as the Head of State is currently on an official working visit in Kigali, Rwanda. During the visit, President Mnangagwa is set to attend the Africa Food Systems Forum (AGRF) 2022, being held between today, 05 September 2022, and Friday, 09 September 2022.

 

UPCOMING EVENTS – 06 SEP 2022

  • ETHIOPIA: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has announced that Ethiopia is scheduled to host the African Technology Fair between 07 September 2022 and 09 September 2022.
  • ESWATINI: The Economic Freedom Fighters of Swaziland (EFFSWA) Students Command is set to embark on a protest on Wednesday, 07 September 2022, from 08H00 in Mbabane.
  • MALAWI: The Southern African Development Community (SADC) is scheduled to launch the SADC electronic Certificate of Origin (e-CoO) in Blantyre, the Republic of Malawi, on 07 September 2022, held under the theme Enhancing trade facilitation through the SADC Electronic Certificate of Origin.
  • MOZAMBIQUE: The High Representative of the European Union (EU) for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy (HR/VP), Josep Borrell, is expected to visit Mozambique on Thursday, 08 September 2022 and Friday, 09 September 2022, as part of a four-day mission to Africa.
  • KENYA: President-elect William Ruto is scheduled to be sworn in on Tuesday, 13 September 2022.
  • ZAMBIA: The Electoral Commission of Zambia (ECZ) has announced that by-elections have been scheduled for the Kabushi and Kwacha Constituencies in the Copperbelt province on Thursday, 15 September 2022.
  • MALAWI: Protest expected by members of the Free Musa movement in Blantyre on 15 September 2022.
  • MALAWI: The Senior Resident Magistrate Court in Lilongwe has set Friday, 16 September 2022, for the bail ruling of Chinese Susu on allegations of exploiting Malawian children.
  • MALAWI: Malawi is scheduled to host the Ngoni event, known as Mfecane, from 26 September 2022 to 30 September 2022 in the Mzimba district.
  • NIGERIA: Delta Airlines announced that it will suspend flight operations from Lagos to New York from 04 October 2022.
  • LESOTHO: The Kingdom of Lesotho is scheduled to conduct General Elections on 07 October 2022 to elect 120 seats of the National Assembly, the lower house of Parliament.
  • GHANA: Ghana is expected to host an International Defence Exhibition and Conference (IDEC) at the Burma Hall, within the Ghana Armed Forces Headquarters in Accra, on 11 October 2022 and 12 October 2022.
  • NIGERIA: The Osun Independent Electoral Commission (OSIEC) has announced that Local Government Elections are scheduled to be held in the State on 15 October 2022.
  • ZIMBABWE: The Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front (ZANU–PF) is set to hold its 7th Congress from 26 October 2022 until 29 October 2022.
  • ZIMBABWE: President Emmerson Mnangagwa is expected to attend the 27th session of the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Egypt from 07 November 2022 until 08 November 2022, following an invitation by his counterpart President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi.
  • ETHIOPIA: The African Union Summit on Industrialization and Economic Diversification is expected to start on 20 November 2022 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
  • ANGOLA: Energy Capital and Power (ECP) has announced that the 2022 Edition of Angola Oil and Gas (AOG) is expected to be held from 29 November 2022 until 01 December 2022.
  • RWANDA: The Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is expected to host the second Annual International Conference on Public Health in Africa (CPHIA 2022) between 13 December 2022 and 15 December 2022 in Kigali, Rwanda.
  • NIGERIA: The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has announced that Nigeria is expected to conduct elections on 25 February 2023 and 11 March 2023.
  • NIGERIA: The Federal Ministry of Petroleum Resources has announced plans for the Sixth Edition of Nigeria’s International Energy Summit (NIES 2023) in Abuja from 16 April 2023 until 20 April 2023.
  • RWANDA: Rwanda is expected to host the 35th Meeting of the Green Climate Fund (GCF) Board from 13 March 2023 to 16 March 2023.
  • MOZAMBIQUE: Mozambique’s National Elections Commission (CNE) has approved a proposal that schedules 11 October 2023 as the date for the sixth municipal elections across the country.

 

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