- published: 14 Aug 2016
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Promotional video of our school.
IESA end of Year Pro 2016. Best performances 1. International English School of Abidjan has proven to be one of the Best if not the Best in Abidjan. Both academics and extra activities. Directed by Madam Asana Song credit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GDfm8pp89Uk Tiwa Savage, Sarkodie, Davido, MiCasa, Diamond and Lola Rae collaborated in a song to create Africa's biggest song, in partnership with with MultiChoice Africa supported by Channel O.
International English School of Abidjan (IESA) celebrates Mardi Gras 2014 in a Grand Style. Organised by the Headmistress Mrs. Petrina DIOULO. Videos courtesy of #PerfectTouchTV #PerfectTouchMedia Shot with #SamsungGalaxyS4
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Deepest, ancient Africa is still to be seen everywhere. Though external influences are greater each day, tradition always remains, behind any sign of modernity. The people continue to attend their own religious and cultural events, such as this one, the Yonglar. These young girls brushing past the knife blades without moving a single muscle, are given by their families to be trained in this dangerous discipline. They believe they are possessed by a spirit which protects them and makes them brave enough to perform these displays. Each group of Yonglars moves from village to village, putting on performances. When the girls are 7 or 8, they leave the group and return home with the money they have earned. To the north of the Mande country lies the land of the Senufo, one of the ethnic gro...
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1. Various tracking shots of streets in downtown Bouake 2. People demonstrating walking along streets - with slogans "We don't want Gbagbo." 3. Armed rebels 4. Close up of crowd with slogan 5. Rebel with blue helmet watching crowd - "Gbagbo is a thief and murderer." 6. Rebel standing on jeep with gun 7. SOUNDBITE: (French) Rebel: "The proof is that at Boauke didn't make victims amongst civilians and we don't like to do the same for those who are in Abidjan. We ask again for Gbagbo to quit because he didn't succeed in taking care of soldiers who are under his command." 8. Jeep with RTI (Radio Television Ivorian) logo - rebels have taken control of TV and Radio networks 9. Protesters hold placard saying "We don't want Gbagbo." 10. Zoom out from 'Ranhotel' 11. People looking thro...
Following four days of intense deliberations, Transco CLSG stakeholders have negotiated and signed two term sheet agreements. The commercial Term Sheets for power purchase and transmission service agreements were signed today in Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire where the meetings were held. Delegates from the host nation, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea have been meeting since Tuesday, December 9, 2014. They signed the agreements to assured CLSG is way on course to deliver on its mandate. The ceremony was characterized by excitement with delegates expressing optimism about the CLSG project.