UN says 800,000 people forced to flee violence in southern Ethiopia
Around 800,000 people have been forced from their homes in southern Ethiopia since April. The UN blames inter-ethnic violence for the mass displacements. Also, the French president continues his visit to Nigeria. It’s about building business ties and boosting security but he also loosens his tie and gets down on the dance floor in Lagos. And as hundreds of female business leaders from Africa's private sector meet in Paris, we're joined by Nothando Napata, the head of a tech solutions company.