Left Menu
Development News Edition

Nigerian ex-president goes to Ethiopia amid mediation push

Reuters | Addis Ababa | Updated: 16-11-2020 21:15 IST | Created: 16-11-2020 21:13 IST
Nigerian ex-president goes to Ethiopia amid mediation push
Representative Image. Image Credit: Twitter (@OluObasanjo1)

Nigeria's former President Olusegun Obasanjo has gone to Ethiopia, his spokesman said on Monday, as various African and European nations pushed for a mediated solution to a nearly two-week conflict in the Tigray region.

"The former president is on his way to Ethiopia right now, but I don't know what he is going to do there," spokesman Kenny Akinyemi said. A diplomat in Addis Ababa confirmed his arrival.

(This story has not been edited by Devdiscourse staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)


TRENDING

OPINION / BLOG / INTERVIEW

China: A savior for emerging markets or a poison pill?

... ...

Future of Urban Planning: Artificial Intelligence guiding the way

Advances in emerging technologies like Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning can help us understand our cities better and derive useful insights from real-time data collected through automated models....

Videos

Latest News

Man booked under Triple Talaq law in Indore

Madhya Pradesh Police on Sunday booked a man in Indore for allegedly divorcing his wife through triple talaq, when she protested against his second marriage. As per Ajay Verma, Thana In-charge, Sadar Bazaar, Indore, The woman in her complai...

Box Office: 'The Marksman' Captures Top Spot With $2 Million, Bleak Times for Movie Theaters

By Brent Lang LOS ANGELES, Jan 24, Variety.com - Pray for movie theaters.The Marksman, a Liam Neeson thriller from Open Road, held onto first place for the second weekend in a row, grossing just over 2 million. The film has grossed 61 milli...

Woman SI, three others killed in Karnataka road crash

Four people, including a woman police sub-inspector, died on the spot when the car they were travelling in collided head on with a Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation bus here on Sunday, officials said.The bus, heading from Goa towar...

Study suggests direct current stimulation over brain's Wernicke area can be helpful in learning words

Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation tDCS, which is a non-invasive way of stimulating the brain over the Wernickes area, may lead to new assistive neurotechnologies for the rehabilitation of people with cognitive disorders in future, a n...

Give Feedback