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Nigeria: Everton Nigeria Midfielder, Adeniran Completes Loan Switch to Wycombe Wanderers

[This Day] In a quest for first-team action, Nigeria prospect Dennis Adeniran has completed a loan move to Championship side Wycombe Wanderers from Everton and the Anglo-Nigerian will spend the 2020-21 campaign at the English Championship outfit (AllAfrica)

Nigeria: No Successive Appearance for Akinlabi, Dropped From Madrid Squad Versus Betis

[This Day] Despite training with the first team today and having put up a decent performance when he was introduced as a second half substitute against Real Sociedad, Nigeria-eligible winger Marvin Akinlabi will still not make his second appearance for Real Madrid's first team when they take on Real Betis at the Estadio Benito Villamarín today. (AllAfrica)

Nigeria: Eligible Striker Eppiah Signs New Three-Year Deal With Leicester

[This Day] Nigeria-eligible striker Josh Eppiah has committed his future to Leicester City by signing a new three-year deal, the former Premier League champions have informed through their official website. (AllAfrica)

Africa: Greta Thunberg Donates Thousands to NGOs Helping Africa Fight Climate Change

[RFI] The Greta Thunberg Foundation has announced it will donate 150,000 euros to three charities working in Africa to support people on the frontline of the climate crisis. This comes as the Fridays for Future demonstrations get underway again in cities around the globe. (AllAfrica)

Somalia: Turkish Aid Body Supports Somali Hospital With Medical Equipment

[Dalsan Radio] Turkey's state aid agency announced that it donated an X-ray machine to Galgaduud hospital in Galmudug state according to a statement on Wednesday. (AllAfrica)

Sudan: New Dutch Support for Sudan's Gum Arabic Industry

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -- Sudan and the Netherlands have agreed to support and facilitate establishment of gum Arabic* processing factories in Darfur, Kordofan and other states. The objective of the suggested factories is to increase the added value of Sudan's substantial gum Arabic crop. (AllAfrica)

Rwanda: Rwandan Hospitals Get 40 Ambulances From Belgium

[New Times] The Government of Rwanda on Thursday, September 24, received a total of 40 ambulances from the Kingdom of Belgium in a move aimed at scaling medical services in the country. (AllAfrica)

Kenya: Govt to Go Solo in Trade Discussions With Britain

[Nation] Kenya will go it alone in negotiations for an economic partnership agreement with the United Kingdom, leaving its East African neighbours with an option to join later. (AllAfrica)

East Africa: East African Partners Throw Kenya Under the Bus in Brexit Talks

[East African] Kenya's multimillion-dollar trade with Britain hangs in the balance after its East African Community partners failed to agree on the timeline for negotiating a new, post-Brexit trade deal. (AllAfrica)

Nigeria: Diezani, Malami, Magu - Shame of a Nation

[Premium Times] Until the cases against Magu and Malami are investigated by an independent body and cleared by courts of competent jurisdiction and given clean bills of health, in the eyes of the public they are at one with the Diezanis of this world, and none has the moral rectitude to accuse the other or talk about social values. And as long as things remain the same like this, Nigeria will always be in the bottom rung of TI's rating. (AllAfrica)

Sudan: EU, U.S. Diplomats Briefed On UNITAMIS

[SNA] Khartoum -- The Chairman of the Executive Committee for Coordination with the United Nations Integrated Transition Assistance Mission in Sudan, ambassador Omer Al- Sheikh Al-Hussein, in the presence of Sheikh Khidr, the Senior Advisor of the Prime Minister, and Dr. Amjad Farid from the PM's Office, has briefed today the group of ambassadors of the European Union and the United States of America about the mission's work and its basic objectives of assisting the political transition, the progress towards democratic gove (AllAfrica)

Cameroon: Youssoufa Moukoko - Promising Lion

[Cameroon Tribune] Even though Youssoufa Moukoko is playing under German colours he is a potential Lion. Born in Yaounde in 2004, Youssoufa Moukoko has proven his worth in German youth teams. At age 12, he was part of the 1997 UEFA Champions League winner's U-17 team. The talented teenager scored 40 goals in 28 games for Dortmund's U-17s at the age of 13. Last season, at the age of 15, Moukoko was on target 38 times in 28 games with Dortmund's U-19s fueling speculations that he could be on his way to the first team at a reco (AllAfrica)

Kenya: Jelagat Hoping to Swim With the Big Fish in London Marathon

[Nation] Family Bank Half Marathon champion Nancy Jelagat, a pacemaker in the London Marathon, is looking forward to a great race and much-needed experience as she prepares to venture into full marathon running in the future. (AllAfrica)

Kenya: Harambee Stars Ace Renews Contract in Greece

[Nation] Kenyan international Paul Were has renewed his contract at Greek third-tier side PAE Egaleo for a year, Nation Sport can confirm. (AllAfrica)

Rwanda: Mugisha in Italy for World Champs 2020

[New Times] RWANDA's elite rider Samuel Mugisha has arrived in Italy where he is representing the country at the 2020 Road World Championships, which gets underway Thursday, September 24. (AllAfrica)

Rwanda: Rwandair to Resume Brussels, London Flights

[New Times] The national flag carrier, RwandAir says it will next month (October) resume weekly flights to the European capitals of Brussels in Belgium and London, United Kingdom. (AllAfrica)

Africa: Museums Must Come Clean On How They Acquired African Collections

[The Herald] In June 2020, the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson wrote: "We cannot now try to edit or censor our past. We cannot pretend to have a different history," in response to the removal of statues associated with racist or imperial ideologies in the United Kingdom. (AllAfrica)

Malawi: Malawi's President Appeals to Investors, Implores South African Farmers to 'Invest In Our Soil'

[allAfrica] New York -- With the world focused on fighting the pandemic, a remarkable achievement went largely unnoticed in Africa. A court in Malawi annulled a rigged election and a peaceful rerun ushered into power a popular opposition. (AllAfrica)

Tanzania: Berlin Pledges Additional Support to Dar es Salaam

[Daily News] GERMANY has pledged to further open relations and deepen ties with Tanzania as it advances negotiations to broaden its commitment towards supporting the country's development targets. (AllAfrica)

Namibia: Finland Financially Supports Local Non-Profit Organisations

[Namibia Economist] Four local organisations received financial support to the tune of over N$6.7 million from the Embassy of Finland's Fund for Local Cooperation for projects taking place in 2020 to2021. (AllAfrica)

Sudan: FM Lauds Spanish Support to Flood Victims

[SNA] Khartoum -- The Foeign Ministry , on Tuesday, appreciated the government and people the Spanish Kingdom for their continuous support to the Sudanese people to face the natural disasters that hit the country recently. (AllAfrica)

Gambia: Alassana Jatta Scores Stupendous Goal in Viborg W