In a direct threat to Nigeria’s second highest Muslim leader, Boko Haram leader has vowed to kill the Emir of Kano for calling on Nigerians to defend themselves against the Islamist militant group.
In Kenya's latest security crackdown, hundreds of non-governmental organization (NGOs) have been closed under the pretext of fighting terrorism, a move seen as an attempt to silence critics.
In response to growing levels of intolerance and prejudice towards Islam, Malawian Muslims have been lobbying other faith groups to embrace the concept of “peaceful co-existence in diversity”, to
Overcoming controversies that surrounded its inauguration, Cape Town ‘Open Mosque’ has invited Christians to attend its interfaith Christmas lunch, offering them halal food and non-alcoholic bever
In a bid to curb the spread of the incurable Ebola virus to rural areas, Sierra Leone has banned Christmas and New Year gatherings, urging people to celebrate the annual festival at home.
Following a national convention that dragged on for two days, a retired General Muhammadu Buhari has emerged the presidential candidate of Nigeria's mega opposition party - the All Progressive Congres
Nigeria’s leading opposition party has named the former military ruler Muhammadu Buhari as its presidential candidate, contesting on a Muslim ticket against President Goodluck Jonathan in next Febru
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