The former vice chairman of Yahya Jammeh's military junta testifies in the Gambia; a new TV channel for Ethiopia's Somali population; rugby being played in a Kenyan prison.
In Guinea, seven people were killed amid rising political tensions; tales of horror from informal correctional facilities in Northern Nigeria; an impending eviction in Kenya's Mau forest.
Police in northern Nigeria have freed 67 people who had been found shackled at an Islamic boarding school, according to officials.
The pupils, between the ages of seven and 40, told police they had been tortured and abused.
The president of the Bulgaria Football Union, Borislav Mihaylov, has resigned after the Prime Minister Boyko Borissov called for him to quit on Tuesday following the racist abuse of England players in the Euro 2020 qualifier in Sofia.
Witnesses say police opened fire on demonstrators protesting in the capital Conakry.
The opposition has called for demonstrations starting against a third term for President Alpha Conde. He is not currently eligible to run in 2020, however the government has made moves indicating a constitutional referendum is coming.
And heavy rains in Nigeria's Ondo State causing severe floods has ordered schools to close for three weeks.
Plus we hear from Liberian child music star, Joselia Kolli.