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Lack of chickens in Senegal for preparations

In Senegal, the final straight line in preparation for the Feast of Korité, which marks the tip of Lent for Ramadan for Muslims. And as yearly, it's the scramble for chickens, a convention of Korité dishes. The Ministry of Commerce assured that the market was sufficiently equipped, however demand couldn't be met 100%. as…

How much is Somalia in danger due to lack of firefighting

One of the most dangerous jobs in this world is working as a firefighter. For Ali Mohamud Wehliye, this is the job he has been living for more than 11 years. "I was involved in 503 firefighting accidents," Wehliye said. Prior to the current job, Wehiliye worked as a mechanic. “I first started training as a mechanic in 2001,” Wehliye explains. He notes that his training as a mechanic made it easy for him to switch to his current job as a firefighter. The risky job combined with the prevailing security situation in…

Loss of US airstrikes in Somalia is rejuvenating

Lack of US airstrikes in Somalia rejuvenates Al-Shabaab militants MOGADISHU, Somalia - Senior Somali officials have expressed concern over the lack of US airstrikes in the Horn of Africa, arguing that the movement allows al-Shabaab to expand territories in the country at the expense of civilians fighting insecurity. Ever since President Joe Biden took office on January 20, the…

ECOWAS is concerned about the lack of trust between political actors

In Côte d'Ivoire, less than four weeks before the presidential election, the joint mission of ECOWAS, the African Union and the United Nations ends its stay. Before leaving the country, she took stock of her visit to Abidjan. From our correspondent in Abidjan After his stay in Abidjan, the common mission for ECOWAS, The African Union and the UN share one concern: the lack of trust between political actors. This is the main point made by the press release read by General Francis Behanzin, Commissioner for Political…

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