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Charles Blé Goudé

Date of Birth: 1 February 1972
Place of Birth: Guibéroua / Kpogrobouo


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New leaf

The hardline Gbagbo lieutenant who led the Jeunes Patriotes Charles Blé Goudé found sanctuary in Angola’s Embassy days before Gbagbo was captured on 11 April; on that day Angolan diplomats fled to Ghana we hear...


Democracy standoff

Charles Blé Goudé leader of the violent street group Jeunes Patriotes lambasted the AU Panel for including Compaoré...


Another temporary fix

Among the President’s hardliners Charles Blé Goudé leader of the pro-FPI militias loudly proclaims his dissatisfaction with the electoral commission and so does the Congrès National de la Résistance pour la Démocratie (CNRD) led by the writer Bernard Binlin Dadié who stands up for ‘Ivoirité’...


Forever delayed

This rabid nationalism is the source of Gbagbo's power and that of the Jeunes Patriotes led by the charismatic xenophobe Charles Blé Goudé...


A do-it-yourself peace

The loyalist soldiers concerned - popularly referred to as the 'Génération Blé Goudé' after the militant youth leader Charles Blé Goudé who inspired them - angrily reject any idea of being forced out of the army...


Strangers in the night

The daily Matin d'Abidjan close to Jeunes Patriotes' leader Charles Blé Goudé is already blaming the attack on General Mathias Doué the army chief who was sacked after President Laurent Gbagbo launched a failed attack against northern rebels in November 2004...


Not all necessary powers

Those named are the Young Patriots' supremo 'General' Charles Blé Goudé his more overtly radical rival 'Marshal' Eugène Djué and northern rebel Fofie Kouakou...


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