In today's show: The WHO says West Africa is Ebola-free, Nigeria's economic crisis is blamed on oil downturn and former IAAF chief Lamine Diack is slammed for corruption.
West Africa has finally been given the all-clear over the Ebola epidemic that has killed over 11,300 people over the past two years.
Also, Nigeria’s worst economic crisis in years is, in part, blamed on plummeting oil prices. The resource has lost around two-thirds of its value since mid-2014.
And the Senegalese former chief of the International Association of Athletics Federations is slammed for propelling corruption.