In our series of letters from African journalists, veteran Ghanaian journalist Elizabeth Ohene reflects on her lack of passion for dogs.
Britain's Laura Muir finishes sixth in the women's 5,000m as Kenya's Hellen Obiri wins World Championship gold in London.
Opposition leader Raila Odinga said Monday would be a "day of mourning for the fallen patriots".
Manchester City sign Nigeria striker Olarenwaju Kayode from Austria Vienna on a four year deal and immediately loan him out to Spanish side Girona.
President Buhari has been in London for much of 2017, getting treatment for an undisclosed illness.
Pharaohs striker Amr Gamal is to become the first Egyptian to play in South Africa after his club Al Ahly agreed a loan deal with Bidvest Wits.
Leicester boss Craig Shakespeare praises Riyad Mahrez's focus in Friday's 4-3 defeat to Arsenal, despite uncertainty over the Algerian's future.
Tensions remain high in some areas and at least three people have reportedly been shot by police.
The Moroccan Football Federation announces it will bid to host the 2026 World Cup.
Mr Kenyatta took 54.3% of the vote, the election commission says - a result the opposition rejects.