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African Union Has ‘Serious Doubts’ About Congo Vote Results

The African Union called for a suspension of the proclamation of Democratic Republic of Congo’s presidential-election results, saying there were “serious doubts” about their veracity. The continental body’s surprise request comes as Congo’s highest court considers opposition leader Martin Fayulu’s bid to overturn the outcome, which he says was rigged

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Electoral Commission Warns Govt Against Creating More New Districts

Uganda’s Electoral Commission has warned Government against creating more new districts, arguing that bringing on board more districts would distort the smooth flow of electoral activities ahead of the 2021 general elections. The Commission officials made the remarks on Thursday while appearing before the Committee of Legal and Parliamentary Affairs

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Kagame Sends Strong Warning To Neighbours ‘Working To Destabilize Rwanda’

Rwanda President Paul Kagame has revealed that he will not sit back and watch as neighbouring countries continue to work hard towards destabilizing his country. While addressing foreign and local journalists after the closing  the 16th National Umushyikirano Council yesterday,  Kagame emphasised that Rwanda will continue to nurture good relations

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