African leaders award gets no winner

For the third time in its six year history, no one has been deemed worthy of the Mo Ibrahim prize.

    For the third time in its six year history, no-one has been deemed worthy of a $5m award for former African leaders.

    The Mo Ibrahim Prize recognises politicians who excel in office and leave when they are supposed to.  

    No one has met the criteria this year.  

    Emma Hayward reports from London.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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