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A short list in a period whick definitely lacks of big deaths. Only born before 1940 are in.

 

*Robert Mugabe (1924), the perennial dictator of Zimbabwe, rumoured to be in poor health mainly because of unconfirmed prostate cancer.

*Girma Wolde-Giorgis (1924), former president of Ethiopia. Not ill, but fat as hell. Could have a bad stroke some day.

*Shehu Shagari (1925), former president of Nigeria

*Olusegun Obasanjo (1937) former president of Nigeria

*Dawda Jawara (1924), the father of Gambia in exile. Again not ill, only old.

*Kenneth Kaunda (1924) father of Zambia. Hospitalized for fever in 2014.

*Daniel arap Moi (1924), former Kenyan president. Again, no notable health issues.

*Mwai Kibaki (1931) former president of Kenya

*Quett Masire (1925) former Botswana president

*Abdoulaye Wade (1926) the perennial politician of Senegal. Still very active.

*Abdou Diouf (1935) former president of Senegal.

*Hosni Mubarak (1928) We all know him.

*Pascal Lissouba (1931) former president of Congo

*Paul Biya (1933) president of Cameroon

*Pedro Pires (1934) former president of Cape Verde

*Yakubu Gowon (1934) Nigerian president

*Nicephore Soglo (1935) former Benin president

*Menghistu (1937) Ethiopian dictator, now exiled chez Mugabe in Zimbabwe

*Abdelaziz Bouteflika (1937) former DL pick.

*Beji Caid Essebsi (1926), Tunisian president. Weird looking to be an African. He is said to have Italian origins.

*Zine Ben Ali (1936) Tunisian president overthrown.

*Fouad Mebazaa (1933) Tunisian president

*Didier Ratsiraka (1936) former president of Madagascar

*Albert Zafy (1927) former president of Madagascar

*Norbert Ratsirahonana (1938) former president of Madagascar

*John Kufuor (1938) former president of Ghana

*Alpha Condé (1938) president of Guinea

*Moussa Traoré (1936) fomer presidet of Mali

*Hoaquim Chissano (1939) former president of Mozambique

*Sam Nujoma (1929) former president of Namibia

*Hifikepunye Pohamba (1935) former president of Namibia

*Henri Konan Bédié (1934) former president of Ivory Coast

*Ellen Sirleaf (1938) president of Liberia

*Ruth Perry (1939) interim president of Liberia

And none of them died during these three months! I guess witch doctors know their work very well...

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A short list in a period whick definitely lacks of big deaths. Only born before 1940 are in.

 

*Robert Mugabe (1924), the perennial dictator of Zimbabwe, rumoured to be in poor health mainly because of unconfirmed prostate cancer.

*Girma Wolde-Giorgis (1924), former president of Ethiopia. Not ill, but fat as hell. Could have a bad stroke some day.

*Shehu Shagari (1925), former president of Nigeria

*Olusegun Obasanjo (1937) former president of Nigeria

*Dawda Jawara (1924), the father of Gambia in exile. Again not ill, only old.

*Kenneth Kaunda (1924) father of Zambia. Hospitalized for fever in 2014.

*Daniel arap Moi (1924), former Kenyan president. Again, no notable health issues.

*Mwai Kibaki (1931) former president of Kenya

*Quett Masire (1925) former Botswana president

*Abdoulaye Wade (1926) the perennial politician of Senegal. Still very active.

*Abdou Diouf (1935) former president of Senegal.

*Hosni Mubarak (1928) We all know him.

*Pascal Lissouba (1931) former president of Congo

*Paul Biya (1933) president of Cameroon

*Pedro Pires (1934) former president of Cape Verde

*Yakubu Gowon (1934) Nigerian president

*Nicephore Soglo (1935) former Benin president

*Menghistu (1937) Ethiopian dictator, now exiled chez Mugabe in Zimbabwe

*Abdelaziz Bouteflika (1937) former DL pick.

*Beji Caid Essebsi (1926), Tunisian president. Weird looking to be an African. He is said to have Italian origins.

*Zine Ben Ali (1936) Tunisian president overthrown.

*Fouad Mebazaa (1933) Tunisian president

*Didier Ratsiraka (1936) former president of Madagascar

*Albert Zafy (1927) former president of Madagascar

*Norbert Ratsirahonana (1938) former president of Madagascar

*John Kufuor (1938) former president of Ghana

*Alpha Condé (1938) president of Guinea

*Moussa Traoré (1936) fomer presidet of Mali

*Hoaquim Chissano (1939) former president of Mozambique

*Sam Nujoma (1929) former president of Namibia

*Hifikepunye Pohamba (1935) former president of Namibia

*Henri Konan Bédié (1934) former president of Ivory Coast

*Ellen Sirleaf (1938) president of Liberia

*Ruth Perry (1939) interim president of Liberia

And none of them died during these three months! I guess witch doctors know their work very well...

 

I hereby proclaim that 2017 will be the year of dead African dictators ,current and former !

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I hereby proclaim that 2017 will be the year of dead African dictators ,current and former !

 

I hope it will! I guess some of theme use the resources of their countries only to mantain themselves in good health while common people die at 30.

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A short list in a period whick definitely lacks of big deaths. Only born before 1940 are in.

 

*Robert Mugabe (1924), the perennial dictator of Zimbabwe, rumoured to be in poor health mainly because of unconfirmed prostate cancer.

*Girma Wolde-Giorgis (1924), former president of Ethiopia. Not ill, but fat as hell. Could have a bad stroke some day.

*Shehu Shagari (1925), former president of Nigeria

*Olusegun Obasanjo (1937) former president of Nigeria

*Dawda Jawara (1924), the father of Gambia in exile. Again not ill, only old.

*Kenneth Kaunda (1924) father of Zambia. Hospitalized for fever in 2014.

*Daniel arap Moi (1924), former Kenyan president. Again, no notable health issues.

*Mwai Kibaki (1931) former president of Kenya

*Quett Masire (1925) former Botswana president

*Abdoulaye Wade (1926) the perennial politician of Senegal. Still very active.

*Abdou Diouf (1935) former president of Senegal.

*Hosni Mubarak (1928) We all know him.

*Pascal Lissouba (1931) former president of Congo

*Paul Biya (1933) president of Cameroon

*Pedro Pires (1934) former president of Cape Verde

*Yakubu Gowon (1934) Nigerian president

*Nicephore Soglo (1935) former Benin president

*Menghistu (1937) Ethiopian dictator, now exiled chez Mugabe in Zimbabwe

*Abdelaziz Bouteflika (1937) former DL pick.

*Beji Caid Essebsi (1926), Tunisian president. Weird looking to be an African. He is said to have Italian origins.

*Zine Ben Ali (1936) Tunisian president overthrown.

*Fouad Mebazaa (1933) Tunisian president

*Didier Ratsiraka (1936) former president of Madagascar

*Albert Zafy (1927) former president of Madagascar

*Norbert Ratsirahonana (1938) former president of Madagascar

*John Kufuor (1938) former president of Ghana

*Alpha Condé (1938) president of Guinea

*Moussa Traoré (1936) fomer presidet of Mali

*Hoaquim Chissano (1939) former president of Mozambique

*Sam Nujoma (1929) former president of Namibia

*Hifikepunye Pohamba (1935) former president of Namibia

*Henri Konan Bédié (1934) former president of Ivory Coast

*Ellen Sirleaf (1938) president of Liberia

*Ruth Perry (1939) interim president of Liberia

 

And none of them died during these three months! I guess witch doctors know their work very well...

I hereby proclaim that 2017 will be the year of dead African dictators ,current and former !
Are you Donald Trump by any chance?

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A short list in a period whick definitely lacks of big deaths. Only born before 1940 are in.

 

*snip*

 

*Ruth Perry (1939) interim president of Liberia

Ruth Perry is the first to die, as reported elsewhere. List updated.

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Gambia president of 22 years reject election defeat: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-38271480

Now he has declared state of emergency. West African are ready to intervein with armies.

http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2017/01/gambia-yahya-jammeh-declares-state-emergency-170117165356768.html

 

Doubt this will have consequences. I guess he will resign at some point. BTW, former president Dawda Jawara is still in excellent health.

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Gambia president of 22 years reject election defeat: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-38271480

Now he has declared state of emergency. West African are ready to intervein with armies.

http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2017/01/gambia-yahya-jammeh-declares-state-emergency-170117165356768.html

 

Doubt this will have consequences. I guess he will resign at some point. BTW, former president Dawda Jawara is still in excellent health.

 

 

President Jammeh has around 6 hours to quit before The Gambia is invaded.

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Gambia president of 22 years reject election defeat: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-38271480

Now he has declared state of emergency. West African are ready to intervein with armies.

http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2017/01/gambia-yahya-jammeh-declares-state-emergency-170117165356768.html

 

Doubt this will have consequences. I guess he will resign at some point. BTW, former president Dawda Jawara is still in excellent health.

 

 

President Jammeh has around 5 hours to quit before The Gambia is invaded.

 

But Dawda Jawara is well?

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Gambia president of 22 years reject election defeat: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-38271480

Now he has declared state of emergency. West African are ready to intervein with armies.

http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2017/01/gambia-yahya-jammeh-declares-state-emergency-170117165356768.html

 

Doubt this will have consequences. I guess he will resign at some point. BTW, former president Dawda Jawara is still in excellent health.

 

 

President Jammeh has around 6 hours to quit before The Gambia is invaded.

 

But Dawda Jawara is well?

 

Fabulous, or so I hear.

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Gambia president of 22 years reject election defeat: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-38271480

Now he has declared state of emergency. West African are ready to intervein with armies.

http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2017/01/gambia-yahya-jammeh-declares-state-emergency-170117165356768.html

 

Doubt this will have consequences. I guess he will resign at some point. BTW, former president Dawda Jawara is still in excellent health.

 

 

President Jammeh has around 5 hours to quit before The Gambia is invaded.

 

But Dawda Jawara is well?

 

Fabulous, or so I hear.

 

That's what really matters at the moment!

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President Muhammadu Buhari of Nigeria has extended his stay in Great Britain for further tests and treatments of an unknown illness. He often travels to the UK for medical check-ups and treatments, however recently he has been the victim of death hoaxes, which has led to the Nigerian Government officially denying his death.

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Former president of Mauritania Ely Ould Mohammed Vall has died aged 64 following a heart attack.

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5 hours ago, drol said:

Former president of Mauritania Ely Ould Mohammed Vall has died aged 64 following a heart attack.

RIP. 

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Was on the BBC News itself, mentioned as an "ongoing" health issue.

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On ‎9‎/‎24‎/‎2016 at 15:01, drol said:

A short list in a period whick definitely lacks of big deaths. Only born before 1940 are in.

 

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*Quett Masire (1925) former Botswana president

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Masire critical in intensive care: http://allafrica.com/stories/201706210703.html

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