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Panji Anoff Sep 13
Watched funeral and pride swelled within me... Great man... RIP
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Nana Ama Agyemang Asante Sep 12
I want to understand why they’re making Nane Maria, ’s wife stand and greet chiefs. Do we no longer accord widows the space to sit and accept greetings? Please apply all the rules If you people are going to claim tradition to do a big funeral.
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Charles Jalloh Sep 21
One of the most moving moments for me, at the ICC Appeals Chamber hearings in The Hague last week, was when President Chile Eboe-Osuji stopped the proceedings for a minute of silence in memory of and his role as champion of the ICC:
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Panji Anoff Sep 13
We can also empty half of our prisons and reunite families destroyed by the mindless incarceration of citizens who chose to self medicate instead of being a burden on the National Health Service... said
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Ministry of Information Sep 13
State Funeral of Mr. Kofi Atta Annan
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UN News Sep 21
Remembering 🎥 : General Assembly tribute to former Secretary-General
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Panji Anoff Sep 13
Touching speech from Nane... And a "touched" atenteben player in the b.g. playing a beautiful dirge with his right nostril... I love Ghana... RIP
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Victor Ochen Sep 13
Change is not about fighting the old, but learning to build new bridges for journeys longer than our lives. RIP my mentor - wise, matured & passionate about humanity; truly African Hero!
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JOSELYN DUMAS® Sep 13
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KARMASSAH 💋 Sep 14
fired his vice-president for entertaining his wife at a rally. Ghana's Vice President just pushed the same buttons at funeral and opana is obviously not happy about it 😂😂😂
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Ameyaw Debrah Sep 12
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Moussa Faki Mahamat Sep 13
Paid my respects to this afternoon
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Valdrin Lluka Sep 13
It was an honor to represent the Government of Kosovo at the funeral ceremony of the former SG of , in Accra, Ghana. Leaders from around the world paid respect for the work he has done during 1997 - 2006.
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Orji Uzor Kalu Sep 13
Peace is possible that is why I join Ghana & the rest of the world as they stand still to pay last respect to Kofi Annan the world conflict resolution ICON , a great peace optimist & advocate of the voiceless who remained committed to creating a peaceful world.
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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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Elena Canty Sep 29
Great read in yesterday's article, congrats 🙂 "Knowledge is power. Information is liberating. Education is the premise of progress, in every society, in every family." - 🌟
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Yavuz Selim KIRAN Sep 13
Attended the state funeral ceremony of former UN Secretary General at the Accra International Conference Center. Our sincere condolences to his family and people of .
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Bamikole Banks Omisore Sep 13
It was a great pleasure to meet another great son of Africa, Mo Ibrahim in Accra Ghana, where World dignitaries have gathered to pay final respect to . If you don’t know Mo Ibrahim, you don’t know about the good fight for good governance in Africa
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I am Baba Idris Sep 13
: President of the Nigerian Senate , Dr. Abubakar and his wife, H.E. , pay their last respects to the former United Nations Secretary-General, Kofi Annan. Today in Ghana.
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Derick Omari Sep 25
…The best advantage you have is when the adversaries underestimate you. Use that. Don’t be boastful, don’t feel insulted. Carry on, and don’t take on unnecessary fights. It’s negative energy, it takes time away from you. ..
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