Gambia's Parliament has voted to extend President Yahya Jammeh's term in office for three months, even as his mandate was set to end Thursday, state television said Wednesday.
“It is very unfortunate that some people on the continent are still not yet able to resist the imagination of the imperialists who do not want to achieve anything but to divide the African vote.”
Authorities have started dismantling vendors' malls as part of efforts to contain the outbreak that has struck more than 200 people in the capital, Harare.
Jammeh said state of emergency would last until the Supreme Court decides on a complaint his political party filed a week after the election citing voting irregularities.
Aiming for Boko Haram militants, the attack struck Rann - a refugee camp for people internally displaced by the terrorist group, a military official said.
Pastor Mugadza has been charged with undermining the authority of the president.
The commemoration of the Nobel Peace Prize laureate, who would have turned 88 on Sunday, comes on the heels of Republican President-elect Donald Trump's inflammatory remarks about civil rights champion John Lewis.
Algeria drew first blood in the 12th minute through marksman Riyad Mahrez before the Warriors' Kudakwashe Mahachi equalized in the 17th minute.
Charles Wesley Mumbere was first detained in November after what he calls his royal guards refused an order by security forces to disarm and surrender, leading to a stand-off and a raid on his residence by police.
Jammeh, who has ruled the tiny West African country for 22 years, was declared the loser in Gambia’s December 1 election.