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Who overstayed? Gbagbo or Ouattara??

We are all sitting on the fence, just looking on.... Things are more confusing tham ever, our socall elites, super powers . says to us wait, watch. and see how many women and children will be kill, befor we will help or do what is good for the people in Ivory Coast. women all over in Ivory Coast are Vulnerable in this case. what are we, you, waiting for?
This is a more controvsial and overwhelming issue, our women are been killed, May I take this time out to emphasize on these few facts that ,the sooner the better for all , today are the women of Cote d;ivier, tomorrow could be any other country, more over Liberia has her elections in october, Nigeria has her very soon. Are these good signs?
We may not have answers to all off these questions, However we can stop it now. To help us find answers to our many questions.I like many other women around the world in Africa, whom had to walk the WAR road will speak to the stand up call 1 2 3 4 5 67 8 9 and the numbers goes on and on,.... Stand up now I have the confidence that women shouldnot stoop to the situctions off the Gbagbo's and the Ouattara's have discribed the people to be.

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