Africa's week in pictures: 2 - 8 February 2018

Dis na selection of correct fotos dem from all over Africa and Africans wey dey oda place dis week.

Two young women are seen ahead of a welcoming ceremony for first year students on February 3, 2018 in Beni. Image copyright AFP
Image example Two young women show for di welcoming ceremony for students on Saturday for eastern Democratic Republic of Congo...
A young man is seen ahead of a welcoming ceremony for first year students on February 3, 2018 in Beni... Image copyright AFP
Image example Dis sharp dresser also show for di event for di town of Beni.
Students are seen during a welcoming ceremony for first year students on February 3, 2018 in Beni. Image copyright AFP
Image example Di new students wey just register for university dey enter for dia first year.
An employee poses with a work of art by Nigerian painter and sculptor Ben Enwonwu entitled 'Tutu' expected to realise 200,000-300,000 GBP (278000-417,000 USD) at auction in Bonhams auction house London on February 7, 2018. Tutu, a recently rediscovered portrait of the Ife royal princess Adetutu Ademiluyi painted in 1974 by the Nigerian artist Ben Enwonwu, leads Bonhams Africa Now sale in London on February 28. The painting, one of a series of three versions, once thought lost came to light after having gone unseen for decades in a north London flat. The whereabouts of the other two versions remains a mystery. Image copyright AFP
Image example Dem find dis ogbonge painting wey miss - wey Nigerian painter and sculptor Ben Enwonwu do - for one house for London and e fit cost reach £300,000 ($417,000) for auction.
An African child stands behind a sign during a demonstration outside the Embassy of Rwanda in the Israeli city of Herzliya on February 7, 2018, against the Israeli government's policy to forcibly deport African refugees and asylum seekers to Rwanda and Uganda. Israel began on January 3 implementing a plan to deport by April tens of thousands of African migrants, mainly Eritreans and Sudanese, who entered the country illegally, threatening to arrest those who stay. Israel tacitly recognises that the Sudanese and Eritreans cannot be returned to their dangerous homelands, so it has signed deals with Rwanda and Uganda, which agree to accept departing migrants on condition they consent to the arrangement, activists say. Image copyright AFP
Image example For Thursday, hundreds of protesters gather for outside di Rwandan embassy for di Israeli city of Herzeliya to protest against tough new migration laws wey many people think say no favour Africans.
Staff work in a control during a news program at NTV studios in Nairobi on February 6, 2018. The Government disconnected three major Kenyan television channels, NTV, KTN News and Citizen TV, during their live coverage of Raila Odinga as he swore himself in on January 30, 2018, as "people"s president," despite losing in flawed elections last year. NTV and KTN News resumed broadcasts yesterday but Citizen TV remains to broadcast on internet only. Image copyright Reuters
Image example NTV tori people dey broadcast from dia studio for Kenya on Tuesday, one day after government allow di network back on air along with KTN News. Another channel, Citizen TV, done come back too - dem comot di thrre stations after dem broadcast opposition leader Raila Odinga swear-in as "people's president".
Nigeria's women's bobsleigh and skeleton team members Seun Adigun, Ngozi Onwumere, Akuoma Omeoga and Simidele Adeagbo attend a welcoming ceremony for the team in the Olympic Village in Pyeongchang ahead of the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympic Games on February 6, 2018. Image copyright AFP
Image example On dat same day, Nigeria's women's bobsleigh and skeleton team members Seun Adigun, Ngozi Onwumere, Akuoma Omeoga and Simidele Adeagbo dey pose for cameras for di welcoming ceremony of di 2018 Winter Olympic Games for South Korea.
A Hindu devotee places fruit to decorate her 'Kavadi' (symbolic burden) during the annual Hindu Thaipoosam Kavady festival held at Shree Emperumal Hindu Temple in Mount Edgecombe township, some 42 kms north of Durban on February 3, 2018. Image copyright AFP
Image example On Saturday, one worshipper dey prepare for di yearly Hindu Thaipoosam Kavady festival near Durban for South Africa...
A Hindu devotee gets her body hooked with spikes, lime, coconuts,fruits and flowers during the annual Hindu Thaipoosam Kavady festival held at Shree Emperumal Hindu Temple in Mount Edgecombe township, some 42 kms north of Durban on February 3, 2018 Image copyright AFP
Image example For di ceremony, worshippers go pin tees pin coconuts, fruits and flowers for dia bodi to show suffer head.
Rastafarian Reggae fans gather at the start of the Bob Marley Earthday Festival and Rasta Fair at the South Beach in Durban, on February 3, 2018. Image copyright AFP
Image example On di same day for Durban, Rastafarian reggae fans gather for di Bob Marley Earthday Festival and Rasta Fair.
A woman takes a photo inside the tomb of an Old Kingdom priestess adorned with well-preserved and rare wall paintings on the Giza plateau in Cairo that was unveiled on February 3, 2018 after being discovered during excavation work in Giza's western cemetery by a team of Egyptian archaeologists. Antiquities Minister Khaled al-Enany told reporters the tomb belong to Hatpet, a priestess to Hathor, the goddess of fertility who assisted women in childbirth. Image copyright AFP
Image example Also on Saturday, one person wey go tomb wey dem just find for Giza plateau for Cairo dey take foto of di wall paintings wey still dey kampe.
Supporters of the African National Congress Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa hold placards and chant slogans outside the ANC party headquarter in Johannesburg, on February 5, 2018, during a demonstration to protest against South African President and ANC member Jacob Zuma. Senior members of South Africa's ANC party will hold an emergency meeting Monday to discuss whether President Jacob Zuma should stay in office after he reportedly refused to resign. Some African National Congress (ANC) members are pushing for Cyril Ramaphosa, the new head of the party, to replace Zuma as president immediately. Image copyright AFP
Image example On Monday for South Africa, supporters of governing ANC leader Cyril Ramaphosa carry placards dey shout and sing outside party headquarters for Johannesburg say President Jacob Zuma must comot office.
Senegalese guard of honor waits at the airport for the arrival ceremony of French President Emmanuel Macron at the airport on Febuary 2, 2018, in Dakar. Image copyright AFP
Image example On Friday, one Senegalese guard of honour dey wait at di airport for a ceremony to welcome French President Emmanuel Macron to Dakar...
Barbadian singer Rihanna attends the conference 'GPE Financing Conference, an Investment in the Future' organised by the Global Partnership for Education in Dakar on February 2, 2018. The French and Senegalese presidents are co-hosting a conference organised by the Global Partnership for Education, aimed at pressuring donors to finance the education of a quarter of a billion children worldwide who are currently out of school, while Rihanna is attending as a global ambassador for the organisation. Image copyright AFP
Image example Pop singer Rihanna and di French president join attend di summit for di Global Partnership for Education for di Senegal capital.
A rescued miner gestures out a bus window carrying some of the hundreds of miners rescued from the Beatrix gold mine shaft number 3 where nearly 1,000 miners were trapped underground following a power outage, in Theunissen on February 2, 2018. Hundreds of gold miners among almost a thousand trapped underground for more than a day in South Africa following a power-cut resurfaced on February 2, mining company Sibanye Gold said, as a rescue effort moved into full swing. Image copyright AFP
Image example On di same day, one miner dey wave from inside bus after over 900 miners trap underground after power cut for Theunissen, South Africa.
A prison warden stands guard at the Oukacha prison in Casablanca on February 2, 2018. Image copyright AFP
Image example Meanwhile on Friday, one warden tanda for Oukacha prison wey dey Moroccan city of Casablanca.

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