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Kofi Annan, septième secrétaire général des Nations unies est d'origine ghanéenne.

Kofi Annan, septième secrétaire général des Nations unies est d'origine ghanéenne.

KOFI ANNAN   I simply love this guy's wisdom & intake on religion:   From a speech given by Kofi Annan :   "...No religion or ethical system should ever be condemned because of  the moral lapses of some of its adherents. If I, as a Christian, for  instance, would not wish my faith to be judged by the actions of the  Crusaders or the Inquisition, I should be very careful to judge anyone  else's faith by the actions that a few terrorists may commit in its  name."

KOFI ANNAN I simply love this guy's wisdom & intake on religion: From a speech given by Kofi Annan : "...No religion or ethical system should ever be condemned because of the moral lapses of some of its adherents. If I, as a Christian, for instance, would not wish my faith to be judged by the actions of the Crusaders or the Inquisition, I should be very careful to judge anyone else's faith by the actions that a few terrorists may commit in its name."

Kofi Annan, 7th Secretary-General of the United Nations. Awarded the Nobel Prize for Peace jointly with the United Nations "for their work for a better organized and more peaceful world."

Kofi Annan, 7th Secretary-General of the United Nations. Awarded the Nobel Prize for Peace jointly with the United Nations "for their work for a better organized and more peaceful world."

#TodayinGhanaHistory 27 August 1963: W.E.B. DuBois dies in Accra at age 95. He moved to Ghana in 1961 and became a Ghanaian citizen in early 1963. Pictured is President Kwame Nkrumah with Shirley Graham Du Bois, wife of W.E.B. Du Bois, at Du Bois' funeral. ( Abayomi Azikiwe)

#TodayinGhanaHistory 27 August 1963: W.E.B. DuBois dies in Accra at age 95. He moved to Ghana in 1961 and became a Ghanaian citizen in early 1963. Pictured is President Kwame Nkrumah with Shirley Graham Du Bois, wife of W.E.B. Du Bois, at Du Bois' funeral. ( Abayomi Azikiwe)

Queen mother in her regal Kente cloth. Historical accounts trace the origin of Kente weaving to early weaving traditions in ancient West African Kingdoms that flourished between 300 A.D. and 1600 A.D. Some historians maintain that Kente is an outgrowth of various weaving traditions that existed in West Africa prior to the formation of the Ashanti Kingdom in the 17th Century. Archaeological research has dated examples of narrow-strip cloths...

Queen mother in her regal Kente cloth. Historical accounts trace the origin of Kente weaving to early weaving traditions in ancient West African Kingdoms that flourished between 300 A.D. and 1600 A.D. Some historians maintain that Kente is an outgrowth of various weaving traditions that existed in West Africa prior to the formation of the Ashanti Kingdom in the 17th Century. Archaeological research has dated examples of narrow-strip cloths...

Kwameh N'Krumah http://www.africa-confidential.com/uploads/whos_who/1d541902c87241eb8240792e132507e6.jpg

Kwameh N'Krumah http://www.africa-confidential.com/uploads/whos_who/1d541902c87241eb8240792e132507e6.jpg

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