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An Adventure Across Africa

I apologise for the silence on the blog recently. Since my last post on Dublin, I was Home on 5 days off for a friend from home wedding! 1 254 mots de plus


The future is...

Like I said, African animation could be and is becoming very dominant in the global industry. For starters, we have Nigeria’s ‘Bino and Fino’ and South Africa’s ‘Supa Strika’s but there’s also Tinga Tinga Tales and Aya de Yopougon. 177 mots de plus

Whither anime, again

I think if another anime professional were to speak against the anime industry, he’ll cut to how gross the content is. Not that he’s innocent as much as he’s repented. 218 mots de plus

ICC: Trial Chamber I grants request for protective testimony measures

In The Prosecutor v. Laurent Gbagbo and Charles Blé Goudé, Trial Chamber I grants the Prosecutor’s requests of protective testimony measures, authorizing Witness P-0554 to testify via video-link and granting Witness P-0554 the measures of reading assistance, adapted questioning, and the presence of a psychologist during her testimony.


Buhari to attend EU-AU summit.

President Muhammadu Buhari is to attend the 5th European Union-African Union (EU-AU) Summit holding in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire.

Mr. Femi Adesina, Special Adviser to the President (Media & Publicity), said in a statement on Monday that summit which would hold from November 28 -29 has as its theme, “Investing in the Youth for a Sustainable Development”. 145 mots de plus

General News

Allah n'est pas obligé by Ahmadou Kourouma

Allah is not obliged was supposed to be my choice for Côte d’Ivoire. Kouroma is indeed Ivorian and the novel begins in Côte d’Ivoire, but the story of the « child of the streets, without fear or blame, the child soldier » is focused on the terrible civil wars in Liberia and Sierra Leone in the 1990s. 459 mots de plus

ICC: Gbagbo opposes request for video-link testimony

The Defence for Laurent Gbagbo opposes the request for video-link testimony of Witness P-0554 and submits that (1) time logistics do not warrant this method of testimony, and (2) the testimony should occur at a later time, to preserve the Defence’s right to question the witness under the best possible circumstances.