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Jan 27

ADIEU, K B MENSAH!

ADIEU, K B MENSAH! By CAMERON DUODU The Ghanaian Times 27 January 2015         THE cryptic message that I received on New Year’s Eve was hard to believe. It just asked: “Have you heard that our friend and BBC colleague, K B Mensah, has passed away? So sad!” “What? K B Mensah …

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Aug 25

WIKILEAKS: HOW THE US VIEWS GHANA

UNCLAS SECTION 01 OF 03 ACCRA 000483 SIPDIS SENSITIVE SIPDIS E.O. 12958: N/A TAGS: BR CH ECON GH IN PGOV PHUM PREL RS SUBJECT: GHANA AT 50: A WORLD VIEW REF: A. ACCRA 285 ¶B. ACCRA 286 ¶C. ACCRA 314 ¶D. ACCRA 321 ¶1. (SBU) Summary: This is the seventh and final in a series …

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Jan 25

NIGERIA CALLS ON UN SECURITY COUNCIL TO AUTHORISE THE USE OF FORCE AGAINST GBAGBO

Ivorian television broadcasts  registration [numbers] of UN civilian vehicles LEMONDE.FR with AFP and Reuters | 24.01.11 | 7:38 • Updated 24.01. Nigeria calls on the Security Council to authorize the UN force in Ivory Coast to hunt Laurent Gbagbo ‘s office, says the foreign minister, Odein Ajumogobia , in a letter published Monday, January 24, …

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Dec 07

LAURENT GBAGBO MUST NOT BE GIVEN ANOTHER CHANCE TO BURN COTE D’IVOIRE DOWN!

More important, once when my little 8-year-old son was separated momentarily from the rest of the family during a shopping spree in Abidjan, and found himself lost, he was able to take a taxi to where the family’s host worked — a huge international bank– and get him to come down, while the taxi driver waited patiently! Not a hair on his young head was harmed, and he did it all without being able to speak a word of French.

I’ve often wondered, in retrospective terror, how the taxi driver had the goodness of heart not to worry about getting paid?

That was the wonderful country that Cote d’Ivoire that was. Its people were generally friendly and open; and its ability to attract tourists was unbeatable.

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