Eromo Egbejule

Eromo Egbejule

Guinea

Is another president attempting to cling to power in Guinea?

Conde's administration hints at changing constitution, raising fears current presidential term limit could be scrapped.

Is another president attempting to cling to power in Guinea?

Nigeria

Death, anguish and flickers of hope: 10 years of Boko Haram

A decade later, one of the world's most dangerous armed groups is still wreaking havoc in the region it sprouted from.

Death, anguish and flickers of hope: 10 years of Boko Haram

Nigeria

Nigeria: Parliament on lockdown after shots fired

Gunfire erupts outside parliament during clashes between police and Shia Muslim protesters, witnesses say.

Nigeria: Parliament on lockdown after shots fired

Nigeria

Nigeria tribunal to hear petitions on president's election win

Election tribunal starts discussing legal challenges to the February vote filed by the main opposition.

Nigeria tribunal to hear petitions on president's election win

Environment

The women trying to solve Lagos' waste problem

From recycling to up-cycling, entrepreneurial women lead the fight to reduce waste in Nigeria's densely populated city.

The women trying to solve Lagos' waste problem

Cameroon

Death, displacement, trauma: Human cost of the Anglophone crisis

As Cameroon heads to elections, experts warn of the fallout from an ongoing separatist crisis in the Anglophone regions.

Death, displacement, trauma: Human cost of the Anglophone crisis

Cameroon

Anglophone crisis looms over Cameroon's presidential election

Cameroon heads to the polls on Sunday with eight candidates looking to unseat 85-year-old President Paul Biya.

Anglophone crisis looms over Cameroon's presidential election

Cameroon

Akere Muna: I would solve Anglophone crisis in first 100 days

Akere Muna wants to unseat President Paul Biya, who has led since 1982, as the Cameroon heads to polls.

Akere Muna: I would solve Anglophone crisis in first 100 days

Nigeria

Deadly cattle raids in Zamfara: Nigeria's 'ignored' crisis

Hundreds killed and thousands displaced as cow thieves murder and kidnap, but state and media focus on other conflicts.

Deadly cattle raids in Zamfara: Nigeria's 'ignored' crisis