President Alassane Ouattara has been nominated by the ruling party for a third term

The Voice of African Youth for Good Governance has observed with great concern the heightening rate of tension brewing in neighbouring Ivory Coast in the buildup to its General Elections slated to come off on the 31st day of October, 2020.

On the back of the buildup to the elections, a lot of issues have emerged worthy of dissection to conclude on the probabilities that will encapsulate the nature of the elections yet to come off in Ivory Coast. Given the setting we find ourselves, the revolvers around the manner of decisions taken
by an African politico is vague unlike other nations where there is a structured system and criteria to direct the decisions and actions made by a politico. Alassane Ouattara held the stakes so high to front a transition characterised in such political tranquility, an event that could have nailed him on the hearts and memories of many Ivorian including the annals of its political history and of course, monitors and observers could have freely evaluated the events that will characterise the elections
without a second of worry of risk or danger to their lives during the day of elections alongside an analysis of Ouattara’s pedigree during his two consecutive terms in office to herald a successor.

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