African President & Nelson Mandela
Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela (18 July 1918 — 5 December 2013) was a South African anti-apartheid revolutionary and politician who served as President of South Africa from 1994 to 1999. He was the first black South African to hold the office, and the first elected in a fully representative, multiracial election. /5
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Graça Machel was a woman who had married two Presidents. Samora Machel, the President of Mozambique and Nelson Mandela, S. African President
Decided to see how FoxNews the Five would be covering Nelson Mandela and as suspected, Greg Gutfeld couldn't help but to remind us that Mandela supported communist countries while trying to say something positive and Eric Bolling admitted that he didn't know the man and said RIP. Thank goodness for Bob Beckel and Juan Williams who swooped in to set the record straight with Greg Gutfeld. However, Juan Williams couldn't stay away from comparing George Washington to Mandela again because both men served one-term in office. News flash, there were at least 15 other US Presidents that served one-term in office also. But if we re-think it, Mandela was the 1st African President to South Africa not their first president. Maybe the comparison should be how the United States has it's 1st African-American President who had African descent compared to the 1st African President of South Africa. Both countries have a long history of white government rule and oppression and both countries rose up out of the ashes of Apar ...
A letter for posterity part 2; Aspire to be a man for the people says the first black African President of South Africa, Nelson Mandela.
2015: The intrigues, personalities, facts and deceits Political power intoxicates. And so, many who have tasted it always play Oliver Twist, asking for more. Given the recognition of a second term by most country’s constitution, hardly has any African President outside the South African Hero, Nelson Mandela willingly relinquished power after serving a lone term. Back in Nigeria, controversy has continued to trail the circumstances that threw up the presidency of Dr. Goodluck Jonathan in 2011, more so, when current developments in the polity suggest a possible comeback in 2015 of the President. Will that be an achievable task? How herculean will that be for President Jonathan should he attempt to contest? Saturday Vanguard’s JOHN BULUS in this special piece analyses the intrigues currently playing out in the polity enroute 2015 general elections. The silence is so vexing yet suspicious. He may have spoken but he was very tacit and tactical. Not exact. Not explicit. The people expected more especially . ...
Nelson Mandela was incarcerated for 27 years and was later released to be elected as the 1st African President of South Africa..Check next
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