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After Mugabe’s forced exit, fear grips camps of African dictators

22 Nov

Shortly after Gen. Constantino Chiwenga of Zimbabwe army chief showed President Robert Mugabe his exit from power, the president of Uganda Yoweri Museveni announced the following twitter message:

 
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Lacking good judgement & moral compass, corrupt Tedros Adhanom designates fellow traveller Mugabe WHO Goodwill Ambassador —       Wait for more TPLF decadence to infest hitherto best run UN body — Poor WHO!

21 Oct

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
by News24
 
Harare – The United Nations faced criticism on Friday after naming Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe a “goodwill ambassador” to promote health causes, despite the country’s dire health crisis under his rule.

The UN World Health Organisation (WHO) asked Mugabe to serve in the role to help tackle non-communicable diseases (NCDs) such as heart attacks, strokes and asthma across Africa.
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Ban tells African leaders at their summit to stop use of legal loopholes or undemocratic means to “cling to power”

1 Feb

Editor’s Note:

Can there be any better example and lesson to what the United Nations Secretary-General is putting before African leaders at their regional summit than the crime Pierre Nkurunziza has committed on the people of Burundi; or, among others, the TPLF’s gigantic engagement to end its rejection by the people and protests against its robberies and illegitimate rule through torture, mass execution, mass imprisonments and disappearances of Ethiopians; or the systematic persecution Paul Kagame and Yoweri Museveni are committing on the peoples of Rwanda and Uganda respectively?

While these are all good points about the international community is fully aware, I am disappointed in the UN Chief failing to mention the TPLF in Ethiopia, more particularly in the face of its horrendous human rights crimes and mass murder of university and high school students in Oromia region of Ethiopia!

 

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)

“Leaders must protect their people, not themselves…I commend those leaders who committed to stepping aside and respect constitutional term limits.”

ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) – U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon told African leaders on Saturday they should not use legal loopholes or undemocratic constitutional changes to “cling to power”, and that they should respect term limits.
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