01-Apr-2015 to 12:02

Nigeria CSOs congratulate Buhari over poll win

APA – Lagos (Nigeria) — The Nigeria Civil Society Situation Room has congratulated the Nigerian people for turning out to vote during Nigeria’s national elections held on 28th March 2015, which produced Maj-Gen. Muhammadu Buhari (rtd) as President-elect.

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31-Mar-2015 to 20:34

Libya: Tripoli-based gov’t sacks premier

APA-Tripoli-(Libya) — Libya’s General National Congress based in Tripoli has dismissed prime minister Omar Al Hassi during a session of the congress on Tuesday.

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28-Mar-2015 to 13:28

Nigeria: Over 2 250 candidates contest presidential, national assembly elections

APA-Abuja (Nigeria) — At least 2,551 candidates from 28 political parties are running for Nigeria’s presidential and National Assembly elections holding on Saturday with reported initial hic cup which affected the incumbent President Goodluck Jonathan.

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28-Mar-2015 to 13:01

Nigerians vote in crunch elections

APA-Abuja-(Nigeria) — Millions of Nigerians are turning out en masse on Saturday to vote in a presidential election that analysts say will be too close to call.

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28-Mar-2015 to 09:34

Nigeria gets $60m UN assistance to conduct elections

APA - Abuja (Nigeria) — The UN Secretary-General High Level Representative to Nigeria, Dr Mohammed Ibn Chambas, said the United Nations (UN) had provided US$60 million (about N1.2 billion) to ensure the success of Nigeria\'s 2015 general elections.

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27-Mar-2015 to 11:24

Mauritanian leader expresses readiness for dialogue with opposition

APA-Nouakchott (Mauritania) - — Mauritanian President Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz has affirmed his openness to dialogue with the opposition, underlining that the latter could submit to the presidential majority all issues it wishes to be discussed.

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26-Mar-2015 to 16:39

S/Leone: Political parties commission cautions against demo

APA-Freetown (Sierra Leone) — The regulatory body of political parties in Sierra Leone, the Political Parties Registration Commission (PPRC) has condemned plans by the main opposition Sierra Leone Peoples Party (SLPP) to embark on demonstration to force President Ernest Bai Koroma to reverse his decision of removing his former Vice President.

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