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Kidnapping from high school will be the government’s priority

Still no news of high school students being kidnapped from their school on the night of Thursday the 10th until Friday the 11th in the state of Katsina in northwestern Nigeria. Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has ordered all his security services to prioritize this issue. One of the president's spokesmen, Shehu Garba, claims that the perpetrators of this mass kidnapping were in a forest in the state…

arms transfer between candidates in free high school education

The two main candidates in the presidential election in Ghana clashed again this Thursday, November 26, through meetings on the issue of free high school education. This flagship action by President Nana Akufo-Addo has enabled more than 430,000 students to return to school. Rival Maisson John Dramani Mahama also claims paternity.…

seven out of ten children are victims of school violence

Eight out of ten girls and seven out of ten boys aged 12 to 18 said they had been subjected to verbal, psychological, physical, financial violence or harassment at their school, according to a study just conducted by the UN Fund. for children (Unicef) of 6,000 students working in at least ten full-fledged municipalities. as…

return to high school in Mauritania after 9 months of suspension

In Mauritania, greater than 900,000 college students resumed classes on Monday, November 16, starting the 2020-2021 faculty 12 months. A brand new faculty 12 months coming throughout the coronavirus pandemic. The well being disaster had led to the teachings being suspended for 9 months. with our correspondent in Nouakchott,…

the 11 teachers released, last tribute to the school children killed

In Cameroon, teachers from the Presbyterian school kidnapped in Kumbo were released on Thursday, November 5, at noon, according to the office of the governor of the English-speaking northwestern region. A release coming as the funeral of the murdered children at their school in Kumba on October 14 took place in the morning in the English-speaking southwestern area.…

high school and college students back in class

Colleges and colleges have reopened after more than seven months of closure due to the coronavirus crisis. The Rwandan government has opted for a gradual return to school. About half of the students resumed on Monday, November 2, the others will have to wait until November 23. as reported from Kigali, Laure broulardAt…

a special return to school after seven months of closure

In Togo, seven months after the end of classes, nearly 2.6 million students returned to school on Monday under incredible conditions. Teachers and parents are concerned about the health situation, while the government reassures and even plans to improve the educational framework. as reported from Lomé, Peter Sassou DogbéIt is a…

Cameroon blames separatists for the school massacre of children

In tonight's edition: The Cameroonian government blames the separatists for the killing of at least seven schoolchildren in its restive English region. The attack has been described as an "act of terrorism of unbearable cruelty and barbarism". And Tanzanians go to the polls Wednesday in an election that is to be a test of President John Magufuli's authoritarian style. And finally, with a few days left…

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