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    The African Boulevard Africain Editorial Team brings you Ivory Coast news and breaking news headlines in Politics, Economy, Business, Investment and Entertainment. We are unbiased, moved only by the quest for truth.
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    Yamoussoukro, Ivory Coast – (African Boulevard News) – Intrigues big and small take place every Tuesday in Africa, as Africa Intelligence takes a peek into the corridors of power in Africa and beyond. Today, the headlines are dominated by the activities of Alassane Ouattara, Paul Biya, Kemi Seba, and Nathalie Yamb.

    Alassane Ouattara, the President of Ivory Coast, recently announced a Cabinet reshuffle as the country prepares for elections in 2024. The new Cabinet includes prominent figures such as Adama Toungara and Souleymane Diarrassouba, both of whom were previously ministers. The reshuffle is seen as a strategic move by Ouattara to boost his popularity ahead of the elections.

    Meanwhile, in Cameroon, Paul Biya’s government is facing increasing pressure from separatists in the Anglophone regions. The separatists are calling for the creation of an independent state called Ambazonia, and they have been involved in a violent conflict with government forces. The conflict has been ongoing for several years now, and it shows no signs of abating.

    Kemi Seba, a controversial activist from Senegal, is causing a stir in Francophone Africa with his anti-CFA (African Financial Community) campaign. Seba is calling for the abolition of the CFA, which is used by several Francophone countries in West and Central Africa. He argues that the currency is a remnant of colonialism and that it hinders economic development in the region.

    Nathalie Yamb, an environmental activist from Ivory Coast, has been deported from Cameroon for her involvement in anti-government protests. Yamb was arrested in Yaounde in January and charged with inciting violence and destabilizing the government. She denies these charges and has called her deportation a violation of her human rights.

    According to Africa Intelligence, these four individuals are among the most influential figures in Africa right now. Their actions and decisions have far-reaching consequences not just for their countries but for the whole continent.

    In conclusion, the political landscape in Africa is always changing, with new players and personalities emerging all the time. Alassane Ouattara, Paul Biya, Kemi Seba, and Nathalie Yamb are just a few of the figures who are shaping the future of the continent. Watch this space for more updates on their activities and the impact they are having on Africa and beyond.

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    The African Boulevard Africain Editorial Team brings you Ivory Coast news and breaking news headlines in Politics, Economy, Business, Investment and Entertainment. We are unbiased, moved only by the quest for truth.
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