Ten African countries have so far won a total of 71 medals at the ongoing 2012 London Paralympic Games.
The medal haul is secured more than half way into the Aug. 29 to Sept. 9 Games.
They have so far, 22 gold, 22 silver and 27 bronze medals.
Nigeria is still leading the African medals challenge with five gold, five silver and a bronze medal.
Nigeria is closely followed by Tunisia with four gold, four silver and two bronze medals. South Africa has three gold, five silver and seven bronze medals, with Egypt having three gold, three silver and six bronze medals.
Others are: Morocco (3-0-1), Kenya (2-1-1), Algeria (1-1-7), Ethiopia (0-1-0), Namibia (0-1-0) and Angola (0-0-1).