April 14th, 2011

After decades of repressive and misgoverning regimes, Africans are ready to assert their rights, choose their leaders and live freely, and they will seek help from anyone who is willing to support them in this.

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April 12th, 2011

When Mugabe is applying the same exclusionary standard to African heads of state that he did with the West, these leaders find it objectionable. It never occurred to them that, one convenient day, he would dab them outsiders and meddlers as well.

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April 5th, 2011

When Gbagbo meets his maker (and he is lucky that it will not be the International Criminal Court), what will be his answer when he is asked: “What were you thinking?”

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