Sudan has recently overtaken Nigeria with numbers of COVID-19 death; they currently occupy the 4th position in Africa.
Africa has recorded over 9,100 deaths due to complications arising from coronavirus pandemic.
According to the numbers recently released by the World Health Organization, WHO, regional office for Africa in Brazzaville, Congo, there are 9,156 deaths recorded on the continent.
They further stated that Africa has also recorded the number of 356,442 coronavirus cases and 171,000 recoveries in the 54 countries.
Recently on Saturday, Sudan is now ahead of Nigeria, with 559 reported deaths, and now ranks the fourth-highest on the continent.
Nigeria has 554 deaths, while Egypt has 2,533 reported deaths, the highest on the continent, followed by South Africa with 2,340 deaths, and Algeria with 885 deaths.
Other countries include: Niger (67 deaths), Chad (74 deaths), Ethiopia (89 deaths), Somalia (90 deaths), Ghana (103 deaths), Mali (113 deaths), Mauritania (119 deaths), Kenya (137 deaths), DR Congo (148 deaths), Morocco (217 deaths), and Cameroon (313 deaths).