Gabon Military Sieze Control Following Disputed Polls
Daniel Ominde

Daniel Ominde is an award-winning Kenyan journalist and blogger. He currently serves on the AfricaBlogging Editorial Board as the Lead Editor.

He is a regular editorial contributor to BBC World Service's 'People Fixing the World' and 'Across The Continent' on Power FM 98.7 (Johannesburg, South Africa). He also contributes editorial works to continental publications like Mail & Guardian South Africa, Debunk, Kaya Breakfast on South Africa's Kaya FM 95.9, SABC's Channel Africa and Tanzania's Radio Saut 96.1 (Mwanza).

In 2019, Daniel was recognised by the Germany-based Global Solutions Initiative as a Young Global Changer for his efforts in highlighting policy gaps in Kenya's public health system through compelling storytelling.

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Unveiling Africa’s Climate Roadmap: Insights from the Nairobi Summit and the Path to COP28 in Dubai

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Gabon Military Sieze Control Following Disputed Polls

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“We Are Coming in if Diplomacy Fails” – ECOWAS Army Chiefs Warn Niger Junta

The political upheaval that unfolded in Niger with the ousting of President Mohamed Bazoum has ignited a firestorm of...

ECOWAS Authorizes Deployment of Standby Force to Niger Amidst Political Crisis

In response to the ongoing political turmoil in Niger following a recent coup d’état that deposed President Mohamed Bazoum,...

Episode #18: Challenging the Status Quo: The Ousmane Sonko Story

Senegalese opposition politician Ousman Sonko has risen fast to be a force to reckon with in the country’s political...

Episode #17: Africa Press Freedoms on Decline – A Focus on Ghana

According to the ⁠RSF 2023 Free Press Index⁠, journalism overall has become more difficult in Africa and the situation...

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