Mogae becomes second winner of Ibrahim Prize

Former President of Botswana Festus Mogae, who recently stepped down after serving two terms in office, has become the second winner of the Mo Ibrahim Prize for Achievement in African Leadership. Announcing the award, Kofi Annan, Chair of the Prize Committee, said: ‘President Mogae’s outstanding leadership has ensured Botswana’s continued stability and prosperity in the face of an HIV/AIDS pandemic which threatened the future of his country and people …

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