We looked inside some of the tweets by @Agichana and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
In Malawi, more than 400 people recently repatriated from South Africa and elsewhere have fled a quarantine center at a stadium in Blantyre. In Zimbabwe, police spox said officers were “hunting down” more than 100 ppl who fled from a quarantine centre. https://t.co/4Gc7S6zI1n
Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA) has announced financial support for District Football Association in order to facilitate and assist Districts with project geared towards Football Development in the country. https://t.co/XYHYM2J3cp
Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) set to deliver its final verdict tomorrow on the Esperance vs Wydad Casablanca case. https://t.co/xkJlPbMski
Two-time Olympic 800m champion @rudishadavid undergoes ankle surgery.
Burundi Football Federation has decided to allow teams playing their games in Stade Intwari to have 50 fans per side. The other games in other venues are not affected. https://t.co/gcN7GLDsJU
UPDATE: Captured from DRC in 2015, Ladislas Ntaganzwa a former mayor is sentenced to life for his role in massacre of over 25,000 Tutsis at Nyakizu Catholic parish near Rwanda-Burundi border during 1994 genocide. Verdict delivered virtually due to #COVID19. Defense plans to apeal https://t.co/aMonps08hj
American judge in rape case removed after asking accuser if she 'closed her legs'😳😳😳 https://t.co/GqNPeg2Yz4
Malawi High Court in February made history nullifying presidential elections. But to deliver justice, the judges rejected bags of cash. Here's the story of the bribery attempts as told by the judges to investigators. https://t.co/imW9OYvk4f
BREAKING: The High Court Chamber for International Crimes in Nyanza has sentenced Genocide suspect Ladislas Ntaganzwa to life in prison. Ntaganzwa, 58, was arrested in 2015 in the Democratic Republic of Congo and flown back to Rwanda in 2016 where he has been on trial since. https://t.co/cRGsBx0JGb
AfDB board bows to US pressure, agrees to independent probe of its President Adesina, after Washington rejected an internal investigation that cleared him of alleged abuses. Denmark, Sweden, Norway & Finland too back US position. https://t.co/fFVvk1lK3t