#WhatsTrending 25.09.2015: #HajjStampede, Super Falcons, Ghana judicial corruption
In order to keep you updated on what is happening in Africa and around the world, we have compiled a run-down of the top stories that are currently trending on social media.
Super Falcons: Nigerian national women’s football team, which last year won the African Women’s Championship, have fallen nine places in the current FIFA rankings.
— Oluwashina Okeleji (@oluwashina) September 25, 2015
#HajjStampede: Nigerians are paying tribute to journalist Bilkisu Yusuf, who reportedly died in the Hajj stampede near the holy city of Mecca. Also Nigeria’s influential Muslim leader, the Emir of Kano, has urged the Saudi authorities not to blame pilgrims for the stampede at the Hajj in which at least 717 people died.
— Religion NewsService (@RNS) September 25, 2015
— SilverbirdTV (STV) (@SilverbirdTV) September 25, 2015
Kenya’s Teacher Strike: A Kenyan court has temporarily suspended a teacher’s strike that began four weeks ago. The court ordered teachers to postpone their industrial action for 90 days and resume classes immediately.
— Daily Nation (@dailynation) September 25, 2015
Court suspends teachers’ strike for 90 days, teachers told to resume duty immediately #CitizenLiveAt1
— Citizen TV Kenya (@citizentvkenya) September 25, 2015
Ghana Judicial Corruption: The film by investigative undercover Ghanaian reporter Anas Aremeyaw Anas about alleged judicial corruption is going be shown for free in cinemas nationwide.
— BBC Africa (@BBCAfrica) September 25, 2015
— Transparency Int’l (@anticorruption) September 25, 2015
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