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A Life Of Moral Prestige: Ghanaians Had Their Final Goodbyes To Former UN Chief Kofi Annan

World leaders past and present, traditional rulers and global royalty on Thursday joined the family of Kofi Annan, as the former UN secretary general's state funeral took place in his native Ghana.

A Life Of Moral Prestige: Ghanaians Had Their Final Goodbyes To Former UN Chief Kofi Annan
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