Cameroon's presidential election will take place against a backdrop of violence in the country's English-speaking regions. Tens of thousands of people have been displaced. Some of them have found refuge in neighboring Nigeria.
Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari beat his arch-rival Atiku Abubakar, but is Atiku right to reject the vote outcome? DW's Thomas Mösch thinks Nigeria's politicians should finally tackle the country's problems.
What does Senegal have in common with Nigeria regarding elections? Very little if anything. The former is regarded as a stable democracy, the latter is not. But experts say Abuja and Dakar can learn from each other.
Vote counting is underway after Cameroon's Sunday presidential vote. The polls were marked by deadly violence in the English-speaking regions. But the African Union gives it a clean bill.
Voters in northeastern Nigeria are eager to cast their ballots in Saturday’s crucial election. But the security challenges caused by Boko Haram are immense as DW's Thomas Mösch reports from Maiduguri.
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