Cote d’Ivoire

Côte d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast) can now officially sell its diamond

The diamonds of Côte d’Ivoire ( Ivory Coast) are available to the world market after the lifting of the embargo under the Kimberley Process. In lifting the diamond export ban on Tuesday, the UN Security Council welcomed Ivory Coast’s “overall progress towards restoring security, peace and stability,” and its efforts to adhere to the international body that regulates the diamond ...

Read More »

Air Côte d’Ivoire orders two more Bombardier Q400s

Côte d’Ivoire (Abidjan) – Air Côte d’Ivoire Orders Two More Bombardier Q400 In 2013 Bombardier Aerospace (Montreal) announced that Air Côte d’Ivoire (Abidjan), had signed a conditional purchase agreement for two DHC-8-402 Q400 NextGen aircraft with options for an additional two. This week, Le vrai Patriote can confirm that the national airline of the Republic of Côte d’Ivoire has converted the options ...

Read More »

Ivory Coast: Ivorians seeking justice and security for all now

Ivory Coast – Unbearable, horrible, barbaric, it’s the least we can say, faced with these particularly violent assaults experienced by some of our compatriots. We believed that we had survived hell during the post-election crisis that Ivory Coast has experienced in 2010. Unfortunately not, for some years now some acts of extreme cruelty shows us that violence is still in ...

Read More »

Assizes of the Ivorian Youth: The big joke of Government officials

The 4th edition of the conference on Ivorian Youth, that was held Wednesday, March 25 to Saturday, March 28 at the Sports Palace of Treichville drained the world. Young people from various walks of Ivory Coast had heavily attended this event for answers to the thorny issue of unemployment. If the initiative is to be welcomed, it must also be ...

Read More »

Côte d’Ivoire: What civil society to the 2015 presidential election?

The election date for October 2015 is fast approaching with large stride. Political parties are active on both sides. Some politicians have already announced their candidacy. Alassane Ouattara, the incumbent president has already been invested by his party the RDR, to run for a second term. The struggle for the conquest of the presidential palace in Abidjan is opened. However, ...

Read More »

A Catholic Archbishop to lead post-war reconciliation efforts in Ivory Coast

Ivory Coast – In a new attempt to reconcile Ivorians, Alassane Ouattara, on Wednesday appointed a Catholic Archbishop, Paul Ahouana, to head the country’s post-war reconciliation efforts ahead of elections later this year. Ahouana is a Franciscan Archbishop of the country’s second city Bouake. According to Amadou Coulibaly, the presidency’s Secretary General, the government of Ivory coast created a Dialogue, ...

Read More »

Where is the Ivory Coast of tomorrow?

One can not say it enough, the future of a nation depends on its youth. For a nation to emerge, we need his youth to be prepared to meet the challenge. It is therefore important to examine the attitude of this segment of the population to the evils that plague our country the Ivory Coast, for decades … Indeed, the galloping and almost eternal unemployment eating ...

Read More »

RDR in a strong demonstration of power plebiscite its candidate Alassane Ouattara for the 2015 presidential

While the Ivorian Popular Front – FPI torn apart in a fratricidal feud, RDR in a strong demonstration of Power plebiscite its candidate Alassane Ouattara for the 2015 presidential As the country seeks to move on from years of political turmoil, Alassane Ouattara was officially designated this Sunday, the candidate of his party in the presidential election of October, crucial for ...

Read More »

JUMIA Cote d’Ivoire is expanding

The online retail shop, Jumia Cote d’Ivoire, recently launched six new hubs across the country. Jumia in its bid to cover the whole of Cote d’Ivoire,  is opening six new dispatch departments in six cities – Yamoussoukro, Bouaké, San Pedro and Daloa are already functional; with Gagnoa, and Korogho opening soon. The hubs will serve as service points where customers ...

Read More »

Voluntary repatriation of Cote d’Ivoire refugees from Liberia to resume

The United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) will resume voluntary repatriation of Cote d’Ivoire refugees from Liberia after the program was suspended in July last year due to Ebola outbreak in Liberia. “UNHCR and the Cote d’Ivoire as well as Liberian governments have agreed on the lifting of this suspension,” UNHCR resident representative in Cote d’Ivoire Mohamed Toure said ...

Read More »
error: All our content is protected !!