On Daybreak Africa: An official of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) says the sub-regional body is pleased so far with the conduct of Sunday’s parliamentary elections in Guinea-Bissau. At stake is President Umaro Sissoco Embalo’s attempt to change the constitution and give himself more powers. Plus, a prominent Ugandan opposition leader calls for a united front. A government spokesperson says Eswatini’s judiciary is independent despite allegations by pro-democracy groups that King Mswati III controls the courts. Gambia calls for a peaceful resolution of the political crisis in neighboring Senegal. For this and more, stay tuned to Daybreak Africa!