Kaba Nialé is both discreet and efficient, with a perfect knowledge of numbers to her advantage, which she handles with ease. She and Alassane Ouattara first worked together in 1991.
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Anne-Désirée Ouloto was Alassane Ouattara’s spokesperson for a long time. Many Ivorians discovered her during the 2010 presidential campaign and the post-election crisis that followed.
Kandia Camara is well known for the services of Alassane Ouattara, of whom she is a close relative. The story goes back to the year 1994.
Pure natural product of the PDCI-RDA, Raymonde Goudou Coffie will start as a grassroots activist. Since 1986, Dr Raymonde Goudou Coffie has been discreetly involved in the activities of the PDCI-RDA.
Ivorians voted on Saturday in presidential elections the main opposition parties have urged their supporters to boycott because President Alassane Ouattara is seeking a third term in office.
The military junta in Mali must work with the West African regional bloc to ensure a swift return to civilian rule, Niger President Mahamadou Issoufou said on Monday, opening a summit in which Mali’s post-coup progress is high on the agenda.
A group of army colonels has ruled Mali since ousting President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita on Aug. 18. No consensus has yet been reached on the make-up and duration of a transitional government ahead of promised elections.
APRNEWS - Ivory Coast’s president Alassane Ouattara says justice must be served to the victims of the 2010 post-election violence, following the acquittal of ex-president Laurent Gbagbo by the International Criminal Court.
APRNEWS - Former Ivory Coast rebel leader Guillaume Soro resigned as parliament speaker on Friday in a split with President Alassane Ouattara that could signal his intention to run for president next year.
APRNEWS - Defence lawyers sought Ivorian ex-president Laurent Gbagbo’s immediate release by the International Criminal Court on Thursday following his acquittal over post-election violence.
APRNEWS - International Criminal Court (ICC) judges on Wednesday rejected a prosecution request to extend the custody of former Ivorian leader Laurent Gbagbo, who was acquitted of crimes against humanity charges on Tuesday.
The decision paves the way for the speedy release of Gbagbo and co-defendant Charles Blé Goudé from a detention facility in The Hague.