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Sherwin Bryce-Pease Aug 18
Just took a walk into the lobby of UN Headquarters in New York. This is what I found
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Kamissa Camara Sep 13
« You are never too young to lead, never too old to learn » - Koffi Annan. Today, I represented the President of at the burial ceremony of a great man of this world, a unique leader, a peacemaker. May you rest in power big chief!
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Diverse People Youth Initiative Aug 20
"To live is to choose. But to choose well, you must know who you are and what you stand for, where you want to go and why you want to get there" We will cause Your wonderful name to be remembered in all generations; therefore nations will praise you forever. 
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Masum Khwaja Aug 18
“Ignorance and prejudice are the handmaidens of propaganda"
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Kehinde Ayanleye Aug 18
Replying to @KofiAnnan
Thanks for your dreams for Africa. A month ago you told us "If you don't dream, you won't even begin to do it. But you've to be careful; you must know when you're dreaming when you're asleep or when you're awake" Stay woke forever!
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Luke Evans Aug 18
Your wonderful name will forever be connected to peace. Such a dignified man who used his life to accomplish great things for a great many people around the world
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Kehinde Ayanleye Aug 18
Replying to @KofiAnnan
When you were 19, Ghana became the first Africa Nation to achieve its independence. At 80, you have grown to become the gold standard for international leadership; successfully mediating conflicts and ending violence.
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Michael Malice Aug 18
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Ustad Junior Aug 18
A wildbeast struggling to survive by escaping the jaws of hungry crocs at Mara River lol
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Shekhar Kapur Aug 19
The world has has lost two of the most compassionate people I had the honor of meeting and interacting with. Both proved that effective leadership can be dignified and noble
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VCCentralUni Aug 19
Truly Ghanaian, truly African: a towering figure in global diplomacy.
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Syed abbas Bukhari Aug 18
Sad to hear of the death of Kofi Annan. A great leader and reformer of the UN, he made a huge contribution to making the world he has left a better place than the one he was born into. My thoughts and condolences are with his family 🙏
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Trudy Stevenson 🇿🇼 Aug 23
Meanwhile, as ambassador here in Dakar, I have signed two Books of Condolence for , & . I made the point that one of his last official visits was to as Chairperson of ,urging peace & promising that they wd not abandon us.
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Ameyaw Debrah Sep 12
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Isha Sesay Aug 19
- a fmr UNSG and a force for peace and human rights passes and not one tweeted word from . But then again, how can one who doesn't respect diplomacy, be expected to recognize the passing of a giant.
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stephff cartoonist Aug 20
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Jeff_Otengo Aug 18
Kofi Annan inspired me and many across the world! Working tirelessly towards making society a better place. May his soul Rest In Peace. One of the greatest leaders to come from Africa.
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OneTenTwelve Aug 19
with tears in his eyes Kofi said he tried everything possible to stop the war but and were determined, “the die had been cast” So yes Kofi was a great statesmen, pity you didn’t listen to him
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JaneGoodallInstitute Aug 18
We mourn the loss of . He won the Nobel Peace Prize for humanitarian work and was a beacon of compassion and decency. He will be dearly missed.
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Pallu Aug 19
" Any society that does not succeed into tapping into the energy and creativity of its youth will be left behind " ~ Kofi Anna
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