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Boutros Boutros-Ghali

3 May 2021
Five years ago, Boutros Boutros-Ghali, one of Africa’s foremost scholar-diplomats, died in Cairo. He served as the sixth United Nations (UN) Secretary-General between 1992 and 1997, helping to build the foundations of the post-Cold War security architecture.
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I am honoured and humbled to be invited to add my own voice to the torrent of world-wide tributes that have followed the transition of former Secretary General Kofi Annan. My acquaintance with Mr. Annan dated back to the latter part of the 1970s when I assumed duty as the Director-General of the Nigerian Institute ....
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In the third week of August 2018, two Black stars took a final bow from the earth after successful careers that made them international figures.

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