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Charles Blé Goudé

Date of Birth: 1/02/1972
Place of Birth: Guibéroua / Kpogrobouo


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Boycotts and masks

In a move reminiscent of the intimidation practised by the Jeunes Patriotes under the now-incarcerated former Youth Minister, Charles Blé Goudé, the current leader of the Jeunesse du FPI, Justin Koua, has declared that 33 youth delegations will travel around the country to ‘invite the rank and file to stay at home on 21 April’...


Blé Goudé arrested

The arrest in Tema port of Ivorian militia leader Charles Blé Goudé on 17 January will do much to improve relations between Ghana’s President John Mahama and Côte d’Ivoire’s President Alassane Ouattara...


Ouattara under threat again

The leaked report says that the command centre of the fledgling rebel infrastructure is in Accra, Ghana, while an unknown number of militia are in training camps in the dense jungle of eastern Liberia, which Africa Confidential sources have also confirmed There are also persistent rumours that Charles Blé Goudé is in Liberia...


They don’t seek him here...

More information is emerging about ex-President Laurent Gbagbo’s former Youth Minister, Charles Blé Goudé, leader of the Jeunes Patriotes...


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’...


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