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20220923 1900 WILLSHIR AFRICA TIMELINE

September 23

ANGOLA – 23 SEP 2022
• SOYO – 22 SEP 2022 (21H00) TAAG Angola Airlines is expected to resume flights to the city of Soyo, Zaire province, using the DASH 8 Q400 model aircraft on Friday, 23 September 2022. TAAG offers three weekly frequencies, departing from Luanda to the airport in Soyo on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The flights between the cities of Luanda and Soyo had been suspended during the COVID-19 pandemic.
• LUANDA – 23 SEP 2022 (09H30) The President of the Republic of Angola, Joao Lourenco, is scheduled to embark on a private visit to the Kingdom of Spain from today, 23 September 2022. The office of the Presidency of the Republic noted that the visit comes after President Lourenco was sworn in for a second term on 15 September 2022. This follows after the Angolan state-owned TAAG officially resumed flight operations between Luanda (LAD) with Madrid (MAD) in June 2022, with two weekly flights.

BOTSWANA – 23 SEP 2022
• TATI SIDING – 23 SEP 2022 (15H30) The Botswana Congress Party (BCP) is scheduled to host a political rally in the Tati East Constituency in the Northeast District on Saturday, 24 September 2022, from 08H00. In addition, the BCP party will also be expected to conduct a house-to-house campaign. This comes ahead of the General elections scheduled to be held in Lesotho on 07 October 2022.

DEM. REP. CONGO – 23 SEP 2022
• KINSHASA – 23 SEP 2022 (06H45) The African Union (AU) has raised concerns regarding the prevailing insecurity situation in the eastern region of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). The AU Peace and Security Council (PSC) issued a communique regarding the situation in the DRC, noting its condemnation of alleged atrocities committed by previous March 23 Movement (M23) rebels, as well as the Allied Democratic Forces (ADF), Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda (FDRL) and other armed terrorist groups in the country’s east. The PSC’s statement further noted that the presence of these armed groups is sustaining the insecurity situation in the Ituri and North Kivu provinces. Efforts to contain and eradicate the groups are being expedited by four African regional blocs, including the East African Community (EAC), Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS), International Conference on the Great Lakes Region (ICGLR), and the Southern African Development Community (SADC). Burundi has since also deployed military troops to the eastern DRC.
• GOMA – 23 SEP 2022 (07H00) Prime Minister Sama Lukonde and a Government delegation have travelled to Goma in the North Kivu province to continue ongoing assessments of the state of siege imposed in the region. The state of siege had been declared by President Félix Tshisekedi on 06 May 2021 in the provinces of North Kivu and Ituri as part of efforts to eradicate insecurity in the region. During the ongoing visit, Prime Minister Lukonde is expected to hold discussions with various social and political groups and provincial authorities regarding the development of the security situation on the ground.

ESWATINI – 23 SEP 2022
• PIGGS PEAK – 23 SEP 2022 (06H00) Protest expected in Piggs Peak, in the northwestern part of eSwatini, today, 23 September 2022, by members affiliated with the Trade Union Congress of Swaziland (TUCOSWA). The Amalgamated Trade Union of Swaziland (ATUSWA), TUCOSWA, and several other unions are expected to launch a nationwide demonstration to raise concerns regarding several matters. The demonstration aims to protest against increasing prices of goods and services, increased Free Primary Education (FPE) fees, and the increased Orphaned and Vulnerable Children (OVCs) Grant. TUCOSWA also demands a national minimum wage of E3,500 per worker, subsidies for all increases through the National Trusts, a review of employee salaries by employers, a resolution of the current political situation in the country, as well as a stoppage of the casualisation of labour. Participants are expected to launch a mass protest action in strategic towns and cities across the country today, 23 September 2022. The protest action is also supported by the Swaziland National Association of Teachers (SNAT). Members of the public and motorists are advised to remain vigilant. Eswatini Police will be deployed to the areas to monitor the situation.
• NHLANGANO – 23 SEP 2022 (06H00) Protest expected in the locality of Nhlangano on Friday, 23 September 2022, by members affiliated with the Trade Union Congress of Swaziland (TUCOSWA). The Amalgamated Trade Union of Swaziland (ATUSWA), TUCOSWA, and several other unions are expected to launch a nationwide demonstration to raise concerns regarding several matters. The demonstration aims to protest against increasing prices of goods and services, increased Free Primary Education (FPE) fees, and the increased Orphaned and Vulnerable Children (OVCs) Grant. TUCOSWA also demands a national minimum wage of E3,500 per worker, subsidies for all increases through the National Trusts, a review of employee salaries by employers, a resolution of the current political situation in the country, as well as a stoppage of the casualisation of labour. The protest action is also supported by the Swaziland National Association of Teachers (SNAT). Members of the public and motorists are advised to remain vigilant. Eswatini Police will be deployed to the areas to monitor the situation.
• MBABANE – 23 SEP 2022 (06H10) Protest expected in Mbabane today, 23 September 2022, by members affiliated with the Trade Union Congress of Swaziland (TUCOSWA). The Amalgamated Trade Union of Swaziland (ATUSWA), TUCOSWA, and several other unions are expected to launch a nationwide demonstration to raise concerns regarding several matters. The demonstration aims to protest against increasing prices of goods and services, increased Free Primary Education (FPE) fees, and the increased Orphaned and Vulnerable Children (OVCs) Grant. TUCOSWA also demands a national minimum wage of E3,500 per worker, subsidies for all increases through the National Trusts, a review of employee salaries by employers, a resolution of the current political situation in the country, as well as a stoppage of the casualisation of labour. The protest action is also supported by the Swaziland National Association of Teachers (SNAT). Members of the public and motorists are advised to remain vigilant. Eswatini Police will be deployed to the areas to monitor the situation.
• SITEKI – 23 SEP 2022 (06H20) Protest expected in Siteki, eastern eSwatini, today, 23 September 2022, by members affiliated with the Trade Union Congress of Swaziland (TUCOSWA). The Amalgamated Trade Union of Swaziland (ATUSWA), TUCOSWA, and several other unions are expected to launch a nationwide demonstration to raise concerns regarding several matters. The demonstration aims to protest against increasing prices of goods and services, increased Free Primary Education (FPE) fees, and the increased Orphaned and Vulnerable Children (OVCs) Grant. TUCOSWA also demands a national minimum wage of E3,500 per worker, subsidies for all increases through the National Trusts, a review of employee salaries by employers, a resolution of the current political situation in the country, as well as a stoppage of the casualisation of labour. Members of the public and motorists are advised to remain vigilant when travelling in affected areas. Eswatini Police will be deployed to monitor the situation.
• MANZINI – 23 SEP 2022 (11H00) The Trade Union Congress of Eswatini (TUCOSWA) has announced the suspension of the intended mass protest scheduled to take place today, 23 September 2022, across several towns in eSwatini. This announcement follows after a consultative meeting held virtually by the affiliates of the Federation on 22 September 2022. In addition to the suspension, the union has urged the nation to continue with the stay away demonstration. Further, the union will continue to engage with the Government through the National Police Commissioner and Municipal Councillors to a legal challenge against this continuous violation of the workers’ constitutional rights to assembly.
• MBABANE – 23 SEP 2022 (15H40) UPDATE The political activists have dispersed from the Mbabane Bus Rank due to the Police firing teargas at the crowd. The demonstrators planned to deliver a petition at the Correctional Headquarters in Mbabane to demand the immediate release of the two MPs, Bacede Mabuza and Mthandeni. Motorists are advised to remain vigilant. (14H00) The demonstrators have continued to demonstrate at the Mbabane Taxi Rank. This follows after the Police had dispersed the crowd from demonstrating in the Government area in Mbabane. Police are on the scene and monitoring the situation. (13H40) Demonstration is underway on the Mhlambanyatsi Road in Mbabane. Police are on the scene and are attempting to disperse the crowd from the Government area in Mbabane. Motorists are advised to remain vigilant. (10H45) Protest expected in the vicinity of Mbabane at 13H00 today, 23 September 2022. Demonstrators are expected to embark on a protest to demand answers on the attempted murder of the pro-democracy Member of Parliaments (MP), Mduduzi Bacede Mabuza and Mthandeni Dube. The demonstrators will be delivering a petition to the Swaziland Correctional Services Headquarters in Mbabane. Police will be on the scene. Motorists are advised to remain vigilant.

ETHIOPIA- 23 SEP 2022
• ADDIS ABABA – 23 SEP 2022 (08H00) The Commission of Inquiry on Ethiopia, operating under a mandate from the United Nations (UN) Human Rights Council, has presented evidence of war crimes and crimes against humanity being committed by Ethiopian Government Forces, Tigrayan forces and Eritrea’s Military. The Commission’s report notes various war crimes committed on all sides during the ongoing two-year armed conflict in Ethiopia’s northern Tigray region. Commission Chairperson Kaari Murungi has stated that the conflict has escalated since the collapse of the ceasefire agreement in August 2022, citing credible information indicating an escalation in drone attacks through the deployment of explosive weapons with wide-area effects in populated areas.

GHANA – 23 SEP 2022
• ACCRA – 23 SEP 2022 (13H45) The Polish President of the International Criminal Court (ICC), Judge Piotr Hofmanski, is expected to arrive in Ghana for a three-day working visit from Monday, 26 September 2022, until Wednesday, 28 September 2022. Hofmanski is expected to deliver an address at the annual African Centre of International Criminal Justice (ACICJ) public lecture at the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) Faculty of Law in Accra. This visit follows after the Dean of the Faculty of Law at GIMPA, Kwaku Agyeman-Budu, extended an invitation to Hofmanski during his visit to the ICC President’s office in The Hague, the Netherlands. As part of the annual ACICJ event, the International Criminal Court (ICC) and the African Centre of International Criminal Justice (ACICJ) at the GIMPA Faculty of Law will share knowledge and co-operate in the fight against impunity on the African continent.

KENYA – 23 SEP 2022
• NAIROBI – 23 SEP 2022 (07H20) President William Ruto is scheduled to address the first joint sitting of the country’s 13th Parliament at 14H30 today, 23 September 2022. This follows after the Senate of Kenya issued a statement noting that all Members of Parliament (MPs) and the general public are notified that the Opening of the Thirteenth Parliament shall be held in the National Assembly Chamber, Main Parliament Buildings in Nairobi for its first session.
• NAIROBI – 23 SEP 2022 (10H00) Nairobi Members of the County Assembly is scheduled to be sworn in on Thursday, 29 September 2022, from 09H00. This follows after Governor Johnson Sakaja gazetted the first sitting of the third Assembly. According to the released gazette, the elected and nominated Members of the County Assembly of Nairobi city will be sworn in in line with Section 7(b) of the County Governments Amendment Act 2020 and standing order 4(1) of Nairobi City county Assembly orders. The Nairobi County Assembly stated that the members are expected to elect a speaker thereafter during the first sitting after the legislators have taken the oath.

LESOTHO – 23 SEP 2022
• MASERU – 23 SEP 2022 (16H00) The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Country Representative to Lesotho, Betty Wabunoha, has announced that the Human Development Index, which measures a nation’s health, education, and standard of living, has declined globally. This announcement follows after Wabunoha addressed the ceremony of the Human Development Report (HDR) launch, which was held under the theme of Technology and Innovations for achieving sustainable development in Lesotho. Wabunoha also expressed gratitude for the partnership and collaboration of the Government of Lesotho through the Ministry of Development Planning, noting that the Government has implemented the National Strategic Development Plan (NSDP) and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) to expand sectoral prioritization and expand the strategic skills for economic development. Furthermore, the Director of the Ministry of Development Planning, Mahlape Ramoseme, stated that in collaboration with the Ministry of Development Planning and other national partners, UNDP intends to support the development of the Fourth Lesotho Human Development Report, expected to be launched in 2022.

MADAGASCAR – 23 SEP 2022
• ANTANANARIVO – 22 SEP 2022 (19H00) Greece’s Foreign Affairs Minister Nikos Dendias is scheduled to meet with Malagasy Foreign Minister Richard Randriamandrato today, 22 September 2022. The meeting follows as Dendias is engaging in talks with various state officials from other countries to strengthen bilateral ties. The meeting between the Greek Minister and Randriamandrato is expected to be held before the Ancient Civilizations Forum, where Dendias is scheduled to meet United States (US) Secretary of State Antony Blinken. The engagement is a significant foreign policy initiative for Athens as it aims to acquire diplomatic support amidst the economic zone dispute with Turkey in the Eastern Mediterranean.
• ANJIRO – 23 SEP 2022 (09H50) Jirama, the state-owned electric and water services company, has announced that the repair work of the three groups of the Andekaleka power plant is complete. This follows after the Andekaleka power plant caught alight in January 2022. In addition to the repair of the groups, a fourth G4 group is being installed to increase electricity production on the Interconnected Network of Antananarivo (RIA), which is currently at 78% complete. Currently, the technicians are working on installing a spherical type guard valve and the GIS connection of the G3 group to the G4 group. According to Jirama, the establishment of the G4 group will increase electricity production by adding an additional 33.2 MegaWatts (MW) into the RIA and increase the production of the Andekaleka power plant by 120MW. In addition, it will improve the supply of electricity by Jirama, reduce the cost of electricity production due to the exploitation of renewable energy sources, which will be less expensive and maintain the plant’s generators.
• ANTANANARIVO – 23 SEP 2022 (13H00) The 18-member West Africa and Madagascar aviation safety agency (ASECNA) Air Traffic Controllers have declared an indefinite three-day strike from today, 23 September 2022. Reports indicate that the members of an African regional air safety union have embarked on a strike over working conditions and salary issues. The union has noted that its members will commence their strike despite the prohibition of the strike by court and orders of requisition from the air traffic controllers. The Union of Air Traffic Controllers’ Unions (USYCAA) has added that its members would cease providing services to flight operations for an indefinite period until their demands are met.

MALAWI – 23 SEP 2022
• BLANTYRE – 23 SEP 2022 (12H00) The Electricity Supply Corporation of Malawi Limited (ESCOM) has announced a planned power reduction for the duration of 14 hours on Sunday, 24 September 2022, in the country. The disruption will be due to a power supply deficit with power producer Egenco carrying out emergency maintenance work at Nkula A and B power stations. The company has noted that only 115 MegaWatts (MW) will be available for essential loads, which include central referral hospitals and water boards in all regions. However, domestic customers will be subjected to a 14-hour load-shedding, while industrial customers will experience 19-hours load shedding.
• ZOMBA – 23 SEP 2022 (12H30) UPDATE Police are on the scene and are attempting to disperse the crowd by firing teargas. Members of the public are advised to avoid the area. The security situation remains volatile. (12H20) Protest reported at the University of Malawi (UNIMA) in Zomba. Students under the aegis of Concerned Unima Students have staged a protest over their denunciation of the academic calendar. Unima Communications Officer Alfred Banda stated that the university administrators have not engaged with them and are seeking answers concerning the situation. The students have further announced plans to embark on a march to the District Commissioner’s office to present a petition. Motorists are advised to remain vigilant. Police are aware of the situation.

MOZAMBIQUE – 23 SEP 2022
• BALAMA – 22 SEP 2022 (19H00) Graphite producer Syrah Resources entered a trading halt following a labour-related operational interruption at its Balama mine in the Cabo Delgado province. Employees at the graphite company have embarked on an industrial strike to demand an increase in wages due to the high cost of living. Syrah Resources is expected to make an announcement to the market before commencing normal trading on Monday, 26 September 2022.
• MATOLA – 23 SEP 2022 (06H30) Mozambique’s ruling Frelimo party is scheduled to hold its 12th Congress between today, 23 September 2022, and 28 September 2022, in the city of Matola, Maputo province. This follows an announcement made by Frelimo Commission member Veronica Macamo, noting that discussions are expected to focus on terrorism in the Cabo Delgado province. The party held its provincial conference on Sunday, 11 September 2022, and elected its First Provincial Secretaries, the members of the Provincial Committees, members of the Central Committee, as well as provincial delegates.

NIGERIA – 23 SEP 2022
• UYO – 22 SEP 2022 (20H45) Akwa Ibom State Governor Udom Emmanuel has declared Friday, 23 September 2022, a public holiday to mark the 35th anniversary of the State’s creation. Therefore, Government offices and other public places are to observe the holiday. The declaration includes that all offices and other public places in the State are to observe the work-free day.
• YOLA – 23 SEP 2022 (06H10) Peaceful protest expected today, 23 September 2022, from 09H00 at the Yola International Airport in Adamawa State by members affiliated with the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS). NANS Zone E Coordinator, Alhassan Adam, has stated that NANS members are expected to launch a demonstration to suspend operations at the Yola International Airport over the ongoing strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU). The Association has requested State Police provide adequate security during the planned protest. Motorists are advised to avoid all affected areas.
• KANO – 23 SEP 2022 (10H55) The Northwest Zone of the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) has suspended its planned protest, which was planned to take place today, 23 September 2022. The students, under the auspices of the NANS, had planned to embark on a demonstration at the Mallam Aminu Kano International Airport in Kano State. According to the students, the protest had been suspended following a directive by the National Executive of NANS. The suspension follows a ruling of the National Industrial Court of Nigeria on Wednesday, 21 September 2022, which ordered the Academic Staff Union of Universities to resume academic activities.
• ABUJA – 23 SEP 2022 (11H30) Protest expected at the Ministry of Defence in Abuja on Monday, 26 September 2022, from 08H00. Members of the Coalition of Concerned Veterans (CCV), Retired Members of Nigeria Armed Forces (REMENAF) and the Association of Licensed Private Security Practitioners of Nigeria (ALPSPN) are expected to embark on a demonstration to call on the Government to adhere to their demands which include the salaries of their 24 months arrears of approved minimum wage and debarment allowance, as well as the military pensions, among others. The CCV Protocol Officer will further announce details of the planned protest on 25 September 2022. Motorists are advised to remain vigilant. Police will be deployed to all affected areas.
• LAGOS – 23 SEP 2022 (14H30) The Permanent Secretary, Lagos State Emergency Management Agency, Olufemi Oke-Osanyinyolu, has confirmed that a three-storey building collapsed on Sonuga Street, Palm Avenue, in the Mushin area of Lagos State at about 12H00 today, 23 September 2022. Officials of the Lagos State Emergency Management Agency’s First Responders and Lagos State Police Command are on the scene and conducting rescue operations. Members of the public are advised to avoid the area.

RWANDA – 23 SEP 2022
• KIGALI – 23 SEP 2022 (07H30) The Parliament of Rwanda is scheduled to host the 145th Assembly of the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) and its related meetings in Kigali between 11 October 2022 and 15 October 2022. The IPU seeks to ensure a gender equality legislature, as well as discuss efforts to address human trafficking, climate change and food insecurity, among several other matters. Parliament has stated that more than 1,000 delegates from Member Parliaments of the IPU, including an estimated 60 Speakers and Deputy Speakers, are expected to be in attendance. Additionally, more than 120 Parliaments, including high-level delegations from the Russian Federation and Ukraine, are also expected to attend. The IPU is the global organisation of national parliaments, which aims to empower legislatures and parliamentarians to promote peace, democracy and sustainable development.
• KIGALI – 23 SEP 2022 (10H30) The Ministry of Health has announced measures aimed at preventing the spread of the Ebola virus following recent cases reported in Uganda. This comes as Uganda announced the first case of Ebola on 19 September 2022 in the Mubende District and was confirmed dead. Thereafter, on 22 September 2022, Uganda confirmed another six new cases of Ebola. The Rwandan Ministry of Health further confirmed that there is no case registered in Rwanda and has called on the population to consider preventive measures. Minister of Health Daniel Ngamije urged the public to avoid receiving travellers from affected areas and avoid contact with blood and body fluids and avoid contact with the body of an Ebola victim or dead wild animal, or consuming the meat. The Ministry has also confirmed that Rwanda has vaccinated over 200,000 people against Ebola, including in the Western Province.

TANZANIA – 23 SEP 2022
• DAR ES SALAAM – 23 SEP 2022 (07H00) Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias is scheduled to meet with Tanzanian Foreign Minister Liberata Mulamula today, 23 September 2022. The meeting follows Dendias’ recent meeting with Malagasy Foreign Minister Richard James Randriamandrato on Thursday, 22 September 2022. The Greek Minister has met with various counterparts and other state officials during the 77th Session of the United Nations (UN) General Assembly in an effort to improve bilateral ties.

ZAMBIA – 23 SEP 2022
• LUSAKA – 23 SEP 2022 (10H15) The former Presidential Press Aide Amos Chanda has dismissed allegations that the Drug Enforcement Commission (DEC) has rearrested him on money laundering charges. This follows a statement issued by DEC noting the arrest of Chanda and former Road Transport and Safety Agency Director Zindaba Soko for money laundering. According to the Commission Public Relations Officer, Mathias Kamanga, Chanda and Soko were arrested for money amounting to more than USD$100,000 each. However, Chanda stated that the statement released by DEC is incorrect and has condemned the actions by the DEC, claiming that it is malicious in a democratic society.

ZIMBABWE – 23 SEP 2022
• HARARE – 23 SEP 2022 (08H00) The Government has announced that two Chinese investors have signed an agreement to construct a $2,8 billion battery metals industrial park in the country. Zimbabwean authorities have stated that the production of lithium, platinum and nickel is expected to be utilised to assemble solar batteries. During a recent meeting at State House, President Emmerson Mnangagwa noted that the mines-to-energy park, which is expected to be located approximately 70 kilometres (km) northwest of Harare, is also likely to improve the country’s economy. Zimbabwe’s Government is expected to furnish the land and minerals for the park, while the two investing Chinese companies, which include Hong Kong Eagle International Holdings, are expected to provide the necessary machinery and funds. Eagle International Investment Holdings and Pacific Goal Investment are also partnering with the Government of Zimbabwe to set up the industrial park. This multibillion-dollar project, on completion, is expected to have a turnover exceeding $13 billion annually. Mnangagwa aims to achieve a $12 billion mining industry in Zimbabwe by 2023. Mnangagwa seeks to achieve a $12 billion mining industry in Zimbabwe by 2023.

UPCOMING EVENTS – 23 SEP 2022
• NIGERIA: Protest expected by members of the Coalition for Peter Obi (CPO), a group of supporters of the presidential candidate of the Labour Party (LP) Peter Obi, on 24 September 2022, in the vicinity of Ekiti.
• MALAWI: Malawi is scheduled to host the Ngoni event, known as Mfecane, from 26 September 2022 to 30 September 2022 in the Mzimba district.
• ESWATINI: Protest expected in the city of Mbabane by students affiliated with the Swaziland National Union of Students (SNAS) on Friday, 30 September 2022, from 09H00.
• 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.
• RWANDA: The Parliament of Rwanda is scheduled to host the 145th Assembly of the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) and its related meetings in Kigali between 11 October 2022 and 15 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.
• ETHIOPIA: Ethiopia is scheduled to host the continental Africa for Africans Event at Meskel Square and Friendship Park in Addis Ababa between 21 October 2022 and 23 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.
• ANGOLA: Angola is scheduled to host the 10th Summit of Heads of State and Government of the Organization of African, Caribbean and Pacific States (OEACP) from 06 December 2022 until 10 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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