Bush did an African tour last week. He even stopped in
The Peace Prize (Nobel) went to Wangari Maathai in 2004 for her tree planting efforts across the country that both helped the environment and gave women jobs. Guess where she is from and in which country she did this? That’s right.
Well, it is nice that Annan was finally able to “broker” a peace “deal.” Well after a month of negotiations, they stalled again on some issues, so he suspended them. Some took this as a tactic. . .that worked. Two days after the suspension (on the 26th), Kikwete (new head of African Union, president of
In honesty, I’m not sure if this will work or not, but I know that some Zim people still don’t see this as fair. And in all honesty, it isn’t a full rectification. What was expected was a re-vote. So who knows what this will bring. Will the prime minister really play an equal role as the president? Does this only satisfy Odinga and not his tribesman? Does Odinga even care about his tribesman now that he has this post? We will see. Time will tell.
Time told with Kibaki. You remember me naming the different African leaders who have led countries for far too long and connected that to the global perspective on the Bushes and