Africa: Is the smell of jasmine hitting West Africa?

Osabutey argues that West Africa seems likely to be hit by Jasmine’s smell: “As protestors in Egypt continue to push out dictator Hosni Mubarak out of office after three decades in office, anti dictator activists in West Africa are keeping their fingers under lock to see if the dose of the Jasmine will surely spread across their region.”

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  • Esther Amoah

    The problem Cote d’Ivoire is facing has a long history with their colonial masters (France). where most of their hard earning income goes to France. Gbagbo is trying hard to save the country so that they will no more be slaves France by giving their hard earning income to France.

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