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2012-02-28 13:57:28 Nigeria's Desire for More Power, Source of in Ghana [Ghanaian Chronicle] The Chief Executive of the Volta River Authority (VRA), Mr. Kweku Andoh Awotwi, has noted that efforts by the President of Nigeria, Mr. Goodluck Jonathan, to increase power supply in his country has largely resulted in the reduction of gas supply to Ghana, and kick starting load-shedding in recent times.

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Thursday, 04-24-14, 8:54Run-Off Scheduled for May 18[VOA]Guinea-Bissau's election commission has confirmed a presidential run-off vote will take place on May 18.
Thursday, 04-24-14, 8:53Govt Denies Army Chief Sacking Linked to Conflict[VOA]South Sudan's Minister of Information said the removal of the country's army chief by President Salva Kiir is a normal release and retirement that usually takes place in the army.
Thursday, 04-24-14, 8:48Ethiopia Hires New Coach[Africa Top Sports]It is official: the Ethiopian national selection has finally found a new coach, two months after the dismissal of Sewnet Bishaw. The national federation announced Wednesday the arrival of the Portuguese Mariano Barreto.
Thursday, 04-24-14, 8:46Lawmakers Make Little Headway in Reconciling Lakes State's Rival Clans[Sudan Tribune]Rumbek -A team of Lakes state lawmakers touring eight counties in the capital, Rumbek, say that peace and reconciliation efforts remain challenging, with pastoralist youths in the area showing little interest in the initiative.
Thursday, 04-24-14, 8:46Sudan Condemns Bentiu Atrocities, Accuses Juba of Using Darfur Rebels[Sudan Tribune]Khartoum -The Sudanese government has denounced the killing of Sudanese nationals after South Sudanese rebels took control of the Unity state capital of Bentiu earlier this month.

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