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Amri ya kutotoka nje yatolewa na Gbagbo

Discussion in 'International Forum' started by Leornado, Feb 21, 2011.

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    Leornado JF-Expert Member

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    Hapo jana Bwana Gbagbo aliweka amri ya kutotoka nje kwa siku tatu baada ya wafuasi wa Bwana Ouattara kutoa wito kufanywa mapinduzi kama yale ya Misri.
    [​IMG] Waandamanaji nchini Ivory Coast

    Tangazo hilo limejiri baada ya wafuasi wa Alassane Ouattara, mgombea wa kiti cha urais kwa tiketi ya chama cha upinzani katika uchaguzi wa mwaka uliopita, kuitisha mapinduzi ya kiraia kama yaliyotokea nchini Misri.
    Mamia ya watu walikusanyika mjini Abidjan kutaka rais wa sasa, Laurent Gbagbo akabidhi madaraka kwa Bwana Ouattara.
    Habari zaidi zinansema kuwa askari wa usalama wa Ivory Coast wametumia mabomu ya kutoza machozi dhidi ya wafuasi wa Alassane Ouattara ambaye anatambuliwa kuwa mshindi wa uchaguzi rais wa mwaka jana.
    [​IMG] Bw Ouattara

    Bwana Ouattara anatambuliwa na jamii ya kimataifa kuwa ndiye aliyeshinda uchaguzi wa urais lakini rais wa sasa, Laurent Gbagbo, amekataa kuondoka madarakani.
    Benki za mataifa ya kigeni zimearisha shughuli zake nchini Ivory Coast lakini bwana Gbagbo ametishia kuzitaifisha.
    Mauzo katika mataifa ya ng'ambo ya zao la coacoa ambalo hukuzwa nchini humo kwa wingi yamepigwa marufuku na Ivory Coast inakabiliwa na tishio la kutumbukia katika mgogoro wa kiuchumi kama ule ulioshuhudiwa nchini Zimbabwe.
    [​IMG] Wafanyikazi wakikagua cacao

    bbc swahili
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    ByaseL JF-Expert Member

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    Those are the kicks of a dying horse. Gbagbo atatoka maana iatfika wakati hatoweza kulipa mishahara jinsi hali ya uchumi inavokwenda. Usicheze na tumbo. Askari wake watamgeuka tu.
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    IGWE JF-Expert Member

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    Gbagbo is my hero....yes,i say he is..................

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    Duh!kweli viongozi wa afrika wanafaa kuondolewa kwa nguvu ya umma!ni vichwa ngumu sana!!
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    Baba Sangara JF-Expert Member

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    If Gbagbo is your hero, you need enlightenment. You have no idea what goes on in Ivory Coast.. Those who are ignorant of the truth on the ground in Cote d'Ivoire should at the very least have the decency to shut up! People are getting murdered here by heavy machines being pumped into crowds as I write this. I would not wish this on you wherever you may be sitting and ranting away.

    Wengine tuko hapa tunaona mauaji kila siku. Halafu usije ukajidanganya kwamba Gbagbo anafaa kwamba ni mbabe kwa wazungu.. Gbagbo anajali 10% zake huku nchi inazidikudidimia..
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    Ivorian troops open fire to break up protest as African leaders in mediation trip to Ivory Coast

    * Nationalised French banks to open on Tuesday
    UPDATE 1-African leaders in mediation trip to Ivory Coast | Reuters
    By Laurent Prieur and Ange Aboa

    NOUAKCHOTT/ABIDJAN, Feb 21 (Reuters) - African presidents tasked with resolving Ivory Coast's crisis began arriving in Abidjan on Monday to propose a solution, as Ivorian troops used live rounds to disperse protesters calling for Laurent Gbagbo to step down as leader.

    A conflict over a disputed November election has paralysed the world's top cocoa grower and killed some 300 people.

    One source who had access to preparatory talks on Sunday said the African panel would insist that Gbagbo must stand down, in return for a number of guarantees, to allow rival Alassane Ouattara to take charge after winning the Nov. 28 poll, according to U.N.-certified results.

    There was no official statement from the leaders and Gbagbo has repeatedly rejected similar proposals.

    The election, meant to reunite the country after a decade of economic stagnation and political crisis, has instead left it as divided as ever and in economic meltdown. Ouattara is widely recognised as the winner, but Gbagbo has refused to cede power.

    Cocoa exports have dried up, pushing futures prices to fresh highs. International banks have shut down operations.

    Ouattara's government has called for a "revolution" to oust Gbagbo, but attempts to demonstrate over the weekend were crushed by pro-Gbagbo forces, who witnesses said killed at least five people when they opened fire on attempted gatherings.

    In downtown Abidjan and the pro-Ouattara neighbourhoods of Koumassi and Abobo on Monday, residents reported gunfire all morning as soldiers and paramilitaries broke up attempted demonstrations, but there were no reports of casualties yet.

    "The youth tried to march from this morning but soldiers turned up and started firing. The youths were burning tyres," said Koumassi resident Didier Houndesso, a Ouattara supporter.


    The leaders of South Africa, Mauritania, Chad, Burkina Faso and Tanzania met in Mauritania on Sunday to discuss proposals drafted by African Union experts on Ivory Coast.

    "We could not go back on the previous decision made by the AU commission (which has recognised Ouattara as winner of the election)," said the source, who asked not to be named.

    "It was considered that the two candidates could not co-exist, so a transfer of power with guarantees to the losing party was favoured ... The high-level panel agreed on the path to be chosen but there are still many details to work out."

    By 1230 GMT, Chad's Idriss Deby and Tanzania's Jakaya Kikwete had arrived in Abidjan airport, a Reuters witness said.

    Ouattara and Gbagbo have formed rival parallel governments, though Ouattara remains restricted to a lagoon-side hotel protected by a ring of U.N. peacekeepers.

    Witnesses said at least five people were killed over the weekend as pro-Gbagbo security forces fired tear gas and live rounds to disperse Ouattara supporters.

    Citing the "rapid deterioration of the financial sector", SIB, which is part of the Moroccan Attijariwafa Group (ATW.CS), on Monday became the latest international bank to suspend operations in the country on Monday.

    Nearly all other international banks have closed up shop and Gbagbo, who remains in power with the backing of the military despite international sanctions, had pledged to re-open on Monday two French banks nationalised last week.

    But finance ministry sources said Gbagbo officials were due to meet with pro-Gbagbo staff in the Ivorian branches of Societe Generale (SOGN.PA) and BNP Paribas (BNPP.PA), with a view to re-opening them as nationalised banks on Tuesday.

    Officials in Burkina Faso said President Blaise Compaore would not join the other four in Abidjan, giving no reason.

    Gbagbo's supporters have protested against Compaore's inclusion on the AU panel. They say the president, accused of backing rebels who seized the north during the war before he became mediator in the crisis, is biased in favour of Ouattara. (Additional reporting by Mathieu Bonkoungou in Ouagadougou and Tim Cocks in Abidjan; writing by David Lewis; Editing by Mark Trevelyan)
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    IGWE JF-Expert Member

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    I got you right mzee...................