The position of Deputy president which in some countries is called Vice president is a huge position which the person is mandated with responsibility to assist the president in running the country, including supervision of the department. Because of its cruciality, this office cannot left without a person appointed.
"We were equipped for get our private zone, who are accessible in their enormous numbers to Côte d'Ivoire, to frame connections, kinships, and I am trusting that some of them will move from contact to settlement," he expressed on the quit of his visit toward the West African country on Friday.
Sad ending of African President who refused to handover power after defeat, see what happened to him
Take a look at the tragic end of an African president who refused to relinquish power after being defeated. He is, without a doubt, one of the most divisive presidents Africa has ever produced. This is a man who ascended through the ranks of academia to become the leader of one of Africa's most powerful nations.
President Ramaphosa welcomed by President Alassane Ouattara of the Republic of Côte d’Ivoire during the State Visit - South African Government we Ramaphosa promised those he described as investors to make sure that those who are associated with state capture will be punished severely. He did not wait for findings of both commission and other law enforcement to confirm anything about suspects.
For African presidents' retirement isn't a trouble. In any event, when rules are set for the time of retirement for government workers, they ignore them, change the law to fit them and keep on driving at their pleasure. Paul Biya Leader of Cameroon, matured 87 years. He is the tops the rundown in Africa and top 10 most established presidents in the World. He has been president since sixth November 1982 Alpha Conde' He is matured 82 years conceived in 1938. Leader of Guinea from 2010. Despite the fact
Ivory Coast President Alassane Ouattara and his predecessor and former rival, Laurent Gbagbo have met for the first time since the 2011 crisis. President Ouattara offered his hearty welcome last week to Gbagbo at the Presidential Palace in the Ivorian economic capital, Abidjan. President Ouattara said, the crisis created turmoil and differences, but that was now the past.
“We were capable of get our private zone, who are available in their large numbers to Côte d’Ivoire, to form relationships, friendships, and I am hoping that some of them will move from touch to settlement,” he stated on the quit of his visit to the West African country on Friday.
Ivory Coast’s parliamentary election today will see President Alassane Ouattara’s party challenged by two opposition parties led by former presidents.The vote is the first test for Ouattara since last year’s turbulent presidential election.
The Ivorian head of state Alassane Ouattara was elected his party's candidate for the October presidential election on Saturday, which promises to be very tense. To the tens of thousands of his supporters gathered at the Abidjan stadium, he promised victory by "KO". Ivorian President Alassane Ouattara was officially invested Saturday, August 22 in Abidjan as his party's candidate for the October presidential election, where he will seek a third term deemed unconstitutional by his opponents. "We are going to