Al-ShAbaab killed 54 Ugandan soldiers in Somalia attack, President Museveni says
''The soldiers did not perform as expected and panicked which disorganized them leaving the al-Shabaab to take advantage and eventually overrun the base, and destroy the equipment,'' Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni addresses the nation. From the act a total of 54 soldiers have lost their lives, sorry for that loss.
Checkout How Boko Haram Leader Who Kidnapped School Girls In Nigeria Painfully Died (PHOTOS)
A Kanuri man named Abu Mohammed Abubakar al-Sheikawi served as the head of the Nigerian Islamist militant organisation Boko Haram. Before Mohammed Yusuf was put to death in 2009, he acted as the group's vice head. Shekau was a monster who was infamous for his reported savage killings, his use of women and children as suicide bombers, and his mass kidnappings, including the kidnapping of the over one hundred Chibok schoolgirls.
Colonel Awad In Awuf Was Pronounced Dead 2008 And Jailed In A Mosque, See Why
Omar al-Bashir, whose full name is Omar Hassan Ahmad al-Bashir, was a Sudanese military officer who overthrew the country's elected government in 1989. He was born in Hosh Wad Banaqa, Sudan, on January 7, 1944. From 1993 until his overthrow in a military takeover in 2019, he presided over Sudan.
Checkout How Osama Bin Laden's Body Was Transported From Where He Was Killed
Osama bin Laden was the founder of the militant Islamist organization al-Qaeda and mastermind of numerous terrorist attacks against the United States and other Western powers, including the 2000 suicide bombing of the U.S. How was his body transported from where he was killed? Osama bin Laden's body was whisked away to the aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson in a helicopter crammed with Navy SEALs.
Fear emerges as Al-shaabab are in Kenya border
More personnel have been taken to parts of the northeastern region bordering the Kenya-Somalia border following reports that al-Shabaab militants are losing grip in their areas. The Somali based, al-Qaida or Al-Shabab has remained a dangerous threat to Kenya and other parts of Africa. The affiliated Islamist militant group had issued a warning to Kenya that as long as their troops are still in Somalia, they will attack Kenya.
Outrage As Bandits Torch Down Numerous Houses And Mercilessly Kills 20 in DRC Before Fleeing Away
Residents based at Kandonyi and Bandimboli villages in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) ended their weekend engulfed with sorrow after 20 members unfortunately died following a Suspected banditry ambush that rendered most of them homeless in an unforseen manner. Speaking to a credible source, Alice Kyanga, an eyewitness who sought anonymity for investigative purposes revealed that the incidence pulled out her heartstrings after witnessing the bloody incidence that saw her parents lose their dear lives in an inhumane way.
Critical Things Parents Should Have In Mind Before Sending Their Child To Join Secondary School.
Darling, I want to begin by congratulating you for the endless efforts you had in making sure that your child has safely finished his or her primary education. I know the joy you had when you saw him or her coming home saying he or she has finished the exam and is ready to join high school.
Somali President Announce Bad News On How Car Bombs Killed At Least 100 People
Worrying news has today on Sunday morning emerged as Somali president announce death of at least 100 people. According to reports, At least 100 people were killed and 300 injured in two car bombs that exploded outside the education ministry in Somalia's capital Mogadishu on Saturday, the country's president said in a statement early on Sunday.
Matiang'i says govt will lift curfew in Lamu
Sigh of relief for residents as CS MATIANGI says govt will lift dusk-to-dawn curfew, imposed on Jan 5 in parts of Lamu County after a series of attacks. During the attack, the police released a statement naming eight suspects who had been arrested in connection with the killings.
Burundi claims that ten troops were killed in a terrorist attack by Al-shabaab
Ten Burundian soldiers were killed in Tuesday's Al-Shabaab attack on an African Union (AU) base in Somalia, according to Burundi's army. Twenty-five soldiers were wounded, and five are still missing, while 20 Al-Shabaabs were gunned down, according to the statement. This was the first attack on a peacekeeping base since the African Union Transition Mission in Somalia (ATMIS) took over from the prior AMISOM force on 1st April.
After a coup in January, Burkina Faso selects an interim government.
According to an official decree issued on Saturday, interim president Paul-Henri Damiba has authorized a new government that includes the same defense minister who served under former president Roch Kabore before his expulsion in a military coup. Damiba was sworn in as interim president for three years on Wednesday, after leading a group of officers to depose Kabore in January.
Nigerian Soldier Kills Aid Worker, Injures U. N Helicopter Pilot
A Nigerian soldier killed a humanitarian worker and a fellow soldier at a military facility in northeastern Nigeria on Thursday after shooting and injuring the co-pilot of a United Nations helicopter, according to the army and a witness. Photo courtesy A helicopter co-pilot from the United Nations Humanitarian Air Service (UNHAS) was shot and injured, according to a statement from the Nigerian Army, which is fighting an Islamist insurgency in the northeast.According to Samson Nantip Zhakom, an army spokesman for the anti-insurgency campaign, the unnamed soldier then turned on a fellow soldier before shooting and killing a worker from one of the organizations providing humanitarian assistance in the area.
West African Bloc Assesses Sanctions for Coup-hit States
Ecowas has slapped severe trade and economic penalties on Mali, but less severe measures against Guinea and Burkina Faso out of concern for contagion in a region known for military coups. The summit will be dominated by a review of a month-long effort to pressure the juntas to set an early deadline for going back to their barracks.
Kenya calls for guaranteed sending of local power to eastern Congo.
NAIROBI, April 22 (Reuters) - The seven nations of the East African Community (EAC) have consented to set up a provincial military power to attempt to end many years of carnage assailant action in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya said. In spite of billions of dollars spent on one of the United Nation's biggest peacekeeping powers, in excess of 120 dissident gatherings keep on working across enormous wraps of east Congo just about twenty years after the authority end of the focal African country's considerate conflicts.
The Youngest Leader Of A Nation In The World
Ibrahim Traore, 34, was almost unknown a week ago, not even in his own Burkina Faso. But in the span of a weekend, he rose from being an army captain to becoming the youngest leader in the world, a rise that has raised hopes but also anxieties for a poor and frequently unstable nation.