On Daybreak Africa: Former Zambian President Edgar Lungu returns to active politics to lead his party. Human Rights Watch calls on Mozambique’s government to release all those arrested during last Friday’s peaceful protest. Alexander Cummings of Liberia plans to announce his endorsement in the November 7 presidential runoff election Monday or Tuesday. Somalia’s capital gets its first foreign bank in decades. The UN calls for an unimpeded flow of humanitarian supplies into the Gaza Strip, especially fuel. Meanwhile, the US reiterates its call for the protection of innocent human life. For this and more tune to Daybreak Africa!