Ibrahim Keita Secures Second term as Mali President
The incumbent President of Mali Ibrahim Boubacar Keita (IBk) has been declared winner by the Ministry of Territorial Administration of the presidential runoff election conducted last Sunday in Mali.
IBK who secures 67 percent of the votes to beat Soumaila Cisse of the opposition party will now be chanced to paddle the affairs of the country for the next five years. Though he will now face the great task of lifting Mali out of spiral Islamic and ethnic violence that is presently ravaging the country.
Meanwhile, Cisse has accused the Keita’s campaign of ballot stuffing and tweaking electoral rolls to secure the win, but this accusations has been denied by Keita.
Mali's Election: IBK and CISSE go for run-off again
The Ministry of Territorial Administration in Mali made the result of the Sunday's election known to the public on Thursday and the result shows that the incumbent President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita (IBK) won 41.4 percent of the vote, while his close opponent Soumaila Cisse came second with 17.8 percent.With the election's result, it means that non of the aspirants can be declared winner since they all fail to secure over 50 per cent constitutional benchmar...
Mr. Gassama the hero has received official appointment from Mali .
Malian President has asked the hero (Mr. Gassama) who saved a childs life off a four-storey building to come back to Mali because the government has found him a new job in the Army.He was told to Finish with FRANCE first and get back to MALI later. Should the 'Spider-man' leave his newly acquired citizenship (France) for the Malian army or he should pursue his new job in France?#LetsGetTalking
Morocco rapper bags suspended jail term for threatening journalist
Popular rapper Taha Fahssi, also known by his stage name ElGrande Toto, was given an eight-month suspended prison term by a Moroccan Court of First Instance in Casablanca on Wednesday for threatening a journalist who lives in Belgium.Along with the prison term, he was also required to pay $4,900 in damages in the amount of 50,000 dirhams.The journalist, who had made contentious remarks about cannabis, was the target of allegations of threats, insults, and defamation...
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