Spokesman Frank Mba said in the statement that the Nigerian police was committed “to the pursuit of justice”.
Dos Santos had consistently denied any wrongdoing and denounced all accusations as a politically motivated witch hunt.
Uhuru Kenyatta says nationalism is why more Kenyans have not been vaccinated.
Kenya said Friday it is extending a nighttime curfew and banning public gatherings to slow the spread of Covid-19, warning that hospitals were becoming overwhelmed.
An Egyptian court has sentenced 24 Muslim Brotherhood members to death for the killing of police officers in two separate cases, a judicial source has said.
Triple jumper Nadia Eke talks dance, jollof and wellbeing as she prepares to compete at Tokyo 2020.
Niger President Mohamed Bazoum says that his country must work hard to keep girls in school.
A fresh attack in western Niger near the border with volatile Mali has left 19 civilians dead, the government has announced.
A renewed surge in fighting has made it ever more difficult for aid to reach areas in desperate need.
The US Secretary of State has expressed concern about the political crisis in Tunisia after President Kais Saied suspended the parliament and dismissed the government.
The continent’s public health agency said the latest figures showed that 6.5-million cases of Covid-19 had been reported in Africa, out of which some 867 000 people had died
As the athletics begins at the Tokyo Olympics there is a gold and a world record for South African swimmer Tatjana Schoenmaker.
Albinism is a rare, non-contagious, genetically inherited condition which occurs worldwide regardless of ethnicity or gender.
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The Athletics Federation of Nigeria took full responsibility for the mishap, while 10 athletes from five other countries have also been ruled out.
Ramon Abbas, known as Hushpuppi, posted photos of his lavish lifestyle to 2.5m Instagram followers.
South African swimmer Chad le Clos’ fails to reach the semi-finals of the 100m butterfly but Egypt’s Youssef Ramadan progresses on day six of the Tokyo Olympics.
The Tunisian presidency has fired the head of the national television channel after two guests were briefly banned from entering its studios to take part in a programme.
The Athletics Federation of Nigeria takes responsibility for failings that sees ten athletes ruled ineligible for the Tokyo Olympics.
Top Kenyan female athletes have been juggling parenting and training for the Tokyo Olympics.
Patrick Moster, the sports director of the German Cycling Union, has been sent home from the Olympics after making racist comments during Wednesday’s men’s road time trial.
President Ramaphosa authorised the deployment of 1,495 troops to fight against ‘acts of terrorism and violent extremists’ in Mozambique.