Avoid genocide, artiste tells Nigerians
Amid the rising agitations seeking to redefine the Nigerian entity after 106 years of amalgamation and 60 years of independence, the U.S.-based musician, social commentator, and peace activist, Prince Ayo Manuel Ajisebutu, has sued for peace in what appears the most volatile period in Nigeria’s history, urging the citizens to embrace love as the only…
S.African president says farm attacks 'not genocidal'
South Africa's President Cyril Ramaphosa called for calm on Monday, rejecting claims by pressure groups representing...
UK parliamentarian groups raise concern over genocide in Nigeria
United Kingdom-based All-Party Groups, comprising informal groups of members of the House of Lords and House of Commons have raised concern about genocide in Nigeria.
Are Fulani herdsmen overrated?
The last several weeks have been witnessing some strange, and, in fact, unprecedented situations in the southern part of Nigeria especially in the so-called Southeast and South South geopolitical zones.
Rep says killings in southern Kaduna turning to genocide
Worried by the incessant kidnappings and killings by herdsmen in his locality, Umar Barde representing Chikun/Kajuru federal constituency of Kaduna State
Rwandan genocide 'financier' arrested in France
French police arrested one of the last key suspects sought over the Rwandan genocide on Saturday, prosecutors and police said.
Rwanda begins week of memorial events for genocide victims
Rwanda has begun a solemn commemoration of 800,000 people killed with knives, clubs and other weapons during three months of genocide of 1994. President Paul Kagame laid a wreath at a memorial site where more than 250,000 people were buried in the capital city of Kigali. Songs were sung and poems recited at the beginning…
Rwanda mourns the dead, 25 years since genocide began
Rwanda on Sunday began 100 days of mourning for more than 800,000 people slaughtered in a genocide that shocked the world, a quarter of a century on from the day it began.
France drops probe into attack that sparked Rwanda genocide
French judges have dropped their long-running investigation into the deadly 1994 attack on former Rwandan president Juvenal Habyarimana, which sparked the country's genocide, a legal source told AFP on Wednesday. The probe has been a major source of tension between the two countries after seven people close to current Rwandan President Paul Kagame were charged…