Former Ghanaian President, John Kufuor, has defended President Alassane Ouattara’s efforts at reconciling post-conflict Ivory Coast. He was speaking to the BBC in Abidjan on an official visit as head of Interpeace – an independent organisation focussed on conflict resolution. More than three thousand people died after elections sparked violence across the country three years ago. The BBC’s Tamasin Ford began by asking him about Ivory Coast’s developments since the crisis.
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