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Kofi Atta Annan

Date of Birth: 8/4/1938
Place of Birth: Kumasi
Died: 18/08/2018


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Who fixed the election and how

The first of the two commissions on Kenya’s election crisis – both advocated by former United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan and his group of eminent persons – was charged with investigating the conduct of the elections at all stages...


Hunting the killers

The Waki Commission provided the President, Prime Minister and former United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan with a confidential list of ten people whose actions deserve more detailed investigation pending prosecution under an international tribunal to be based in Nairobi...

If the Government fails to act within 60 days after submission of the report (15 October), Kofi Annan will present the list and the evidence to the International Criminal Court at The Hague which will commence its own investigations...


Greed in a time of cholera

Paranoia and the elders Paranoia in the Harare government reached new heights when Mugabe turned away a delegation of ‘elders’ led by Kofi Annan, Graça Machel and Jimmy Carter...


Biya's grip

An outsider, former United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan, has condemned the provision, passed by parliament in April (AC Vol 49 No 8), which indefinitely extends the number of presidential terms...


Changes ahead for UN forces

As Secretary General, Kofi Annan increased UN peacekeeping fivefold, said Lord Malloch Brown, who was Annan's Chef de Cabinet in 2005-6...

Annan went on to found the Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre in his native Ghana...


Calling politicians to account

He has handed the core report to former United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan, with a sealed envelope listing ten key organisers and financiers of the post-election killing spree; the local press is guessing which names are in the envelope...


The evidence unfolds

Both were set up under the power-sharing deal of 28 February, brokered by former United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan, which returned a measure of stability to the republic following the election and have allowed the public and the political parties to air their many grievances...


Voting violence

Such incidents have prompted Kwesi Annin, Director of Accra’s Kofi Annan Peacekeeping Centre, to warn that the tactics of the two main political parties – the governing NPP and the National Democratic Congress – were promoting violence and instability...


Slaughter on the border

A meeting between Biya and former Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo, brokered by former United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan, started the handover of parts of the Peninsula to Cameroon in 2006...


In the fog of peace

He held a party for Kofi Annan, met with Tendai Biti, Secretary General of Zimbabwe’s Movement for Democratic Change, and offered an olive branch to the Mungiki, the Kikuyu gangsters who have terrorised Nairobi...


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