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Moussa Faki Mahamat Sep 13
Paid my respects to this afternoon
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CGTN Sep 13
Past and present world leaders, traditional rulers and global royalty join the family of , as the former UN Secretary-General's state funeral takes place in his native
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Marie-Claude Bibeau Sep 12
I will represent Canada as Ghana and the world say a final goodbye to tomorrow. The former Sec Gen’s legacy lives on. He was a staunch ally in 🇨🇦's work to ban landmines and was working until recently to bring peace in many parts of the world, incl Myanmar. 1/2
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Kumi Naidoo Sep 13
I’ve taken my seat at the state funeral of . Very aware today that Ghana has lost one of its finest sons, Africa has lost a giant, the world has lost a moral compass
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Patricia Scotland QC Sep 13
This morning, I attended the State Funeral for here in Accra, Ghana. My thoughts and prayers are with his family. He was a great son of Africa and the Commonwealth, and served all humanity. We mourn his passing:
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Presidency | Republic of Namibia Sep 13
President Geingob joined world leaders and the family of at the state funeral of the former UN Secretary-General, in
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Ministry of Information Sep 13
State Funeral of Mr. Kofi Atta Annan
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eNCA Sep 12
World leaders to attend 's state funeral in Ghana
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Sir 👑🇧🇼 Sep 13
Turns out hasn't been buried yet 😲. Its been over a month, why is it taking so long? Is it a cultural thing or something?
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CNN Africa Sep 13
Tribute to from : “I got to know Kofi well while I was British High Commissioner (= Ambassador) to Ghana from 2014-17, sharing several meals and conversations from which I learned so much from this wonderful, wise man.”
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Neven Mimica Sep 13
was laid to rest in Ghana today. He is back to , where he belongs. His words will remain a source of inspiration to all of us.
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Stefan Simanowitz Sep 13
" would often remind us of the Preamble of the UN Charter, which begins, 'We the peoples of the United Nations' – the peoples, not the nation-states or governments. That the UN existed to serve the people was for him a 1st principle"
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Ameyaw Debrah Sep 12
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CGTN Sep 11
Former UN Secretary-General 's body returns home to for a state funeral. His family, senior UN officials, and 's president attended the arrival ceremony at Kotoka International Airport, marking the start of the official mourning period
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The Elders Sep 13
Today, is laid to rest in his home country of . We remember his life and legacy and pay tribute to Kofi’s “stubborn optimism” to make the world a better place.
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(((Jon Benjamin))) Sep 12
Farewell Kofi, it was a joy and a privilege to know you.
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Ma Fernanda Espinosa Sep 13
I bid adieu to a great son of Africa, , whose dedication to peace and poverty eradication inspire our work at the
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spotteR Sep 13
Speaker at Annan funeral: "The art of diplomacy is to say nothing while speaking". Kofi Annan said a ''lot without speaking''.
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the_dodo Sep 13
Seriously, come to think of it what did Kofi Annan really do for Ghana? Someone should educate me...
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SOLARITY4U Sep 13
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