Gbagbo wife moved north

2011-04-23 23:06

Abidjan - Ivory Coast's former first lady Simone Gbagbo who has been in detention in Abidjan since her husband's arrest on April 11, has been moved to the north of the country, said a minister on Saturday.

She was "moved early yesterday to Odienne and placed under house arrest", said Justice Minister Jeannot Ahoussou Kouadio, referring to a town in the northwest of the country.

The former first lady had been held at Abidjan's Golf Hotel where Alassane Ouattara, the country's new president, has been based since November.

Gbagbo and his wife were arrested by forces loyal to Ouattara, ending almost five months of a bitter stalemate sparked by the strongman's refusal to give up power despite Ouattara being internationally recognised as the winner of the November 28 elections.

  • Nico - 2011-04-24 07:44

    Hopefully this will also happen oneday to ZUMA and his extended family......

  • euriku.ndongo - 2012-11-23 16:08

    This a lesson which everyone must learn that everything can change no matter what power you can consider strong.But nothing strong which he can be weaken or vs.When you are placed or coupe consider that you areleading the people of God , and ask his wisdom to guide you lead them on his behalf, so that you can be on side of God not part of coalition of the world.Otherwise you land in incarceration.Because He makes impossible be possible no matter how long it will take.

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