This is the concern in Senegal after the death this weekend of a skate expects from Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever. A virus that causes outbreaks of severe viral haemorrhagic fever. The situation is being monitored very closely by the health authorities. Elimane Ndao's details in Dakar.
Also in Senegal, opposition leader Ousmane Sonko reiterated this afternoon that he was the victim of an assassination attempt on March 16, when he was on his way to the Dakar court. He was summoned to a defamation lawsuit against the Senegalese Minister of Justice. The opponent says he had the liquid that the police had sprayed on him analyzed by a laboratory in France. According to him, the results confirm the presence of dangerous particles.
In Togo it is the 2nd edition of the Festival de la Marmite, international festival of gastronomy in Lomé. The event started a few days ago and continues until May 7. Fesma's objective is to promote African flavours and traditions through the culinary riches of the continent. Togo, renowned for its varied cuisine, aims, with this festival, to become the meeting place for African cuisines and gastronomy on the continent. Listen to Olivia de SOUZA, chef and godmother of FESMA at the microphone of our correspondent Emmanuel Sodji.
In this edition we will take stock of FEMUA, the largest urban music event in Africa After 4 days of celebration, Femua has closed its doors. It brought together nearly 100,000 people at the various sites in Abidjan and Bouaké.
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