Friday, April 3, 2015
Posted By: Nomonanoto Sidama | At: 4/03/2015 07:34:00 AM
After Nigeria, could voters boot other African leaders?
In becoming the first Nigerian to defeat a sitting president through the ballot box yesterday, Muhammadu Buhari's victory turned into a political flashpoint for African hopefuls determined to set the same precedent in their country.
In Kenya, five democratic elections have yet to see an opposition candidate successfully unseat a sitting president. But Raila Odinga, who lost in 2007 and 2013, said the outcome of Nigeria’s election gives him hope. Buhari, who is 72 years old, lost elections three times before his successful campaign. Odinga will be the same age when Kenya holds its sixth presidential elections in 2017. Yesterday, he was quick to congratulate Buhari and note the importance of his victory to democracy across the continent.
Posted By: Nomonanoto Sidama | At: 4/03/2015 07:26:00 AM
Posted By: Nomonanoto Sidama | At: 4/03/2015 07:23:00 AM
Posted By: Nomonanoto Sidama | At: 4/03/2015 07:17:00 AM
I was quite surprised to find a place where they brew their own beer [Bera] out of Addis!!! I am a big fan of beer and bera is one of the finest beer I had. If you visit Awassa, you should visit this place. It is located around Hawassa-Menaheria which is a few hundred meters from the old Lewi.
Posted By: Nomonanoto Sidama | At: 4/03/2015 07:08:00 AM
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