Saturday, August 18, 2018

Former UN Chief Kofi Annan Dies At 80 on 8/18/2018

Annan was an influential figure who played a role in helping solve crises such as the HIV/Aids pandemic, the Iraq War, and climate change. Annan became the first African to lead the United Nations and became one of the most recognized diplomats in the world. The former leader was born in the city of Kumasi in what was then known as the Gold Coast in April 1938.

He was born into a wealthy family and was the grandson of traditional leaders. His father would go on to become a provincial governor. In an interview in 2012, Annan said, "I walked away as a young man convinced that change is possible, even radical revolutionary change."

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Annan would go on to become the world's top diplomat and served two terms from 1997 to 2006. He also became the UN's special envoy for Syria and led efforts to find a peaceful resolution to the country's situation.

"Un Chief Kofi Annan" = 144 (Jewish Ordinal)
"Un Chief Kofi Annan" = 906 (English Sumerian)

"Un Chief Kofi Atta Annan" = 85 (Full Reduction)
"Kofi Annan" = 85 (English Ordinal)

"commander in chief" = 85 (Reverse Full Reduction)
"assassinated" = 85 (Reverse Full Reduction)
"Federal Government" = 85 (Full Reduction)

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