World leaders mourn Nelson Mandela
Former South African President and anti-apartheid leader Nelson Mandela dies at 95, leaving a legacy to his fellow citizens, the African continent and the rest of the world. On this December 5, 2013, the world mourns a great African leader of our century.
|Nelson Mandela, an exemplary world's leader. (Photo: Nelson Mandela)|
Nelson Mandela, anti-apartheid icon and father of South Africa, went to rest in peace. Madiba who spent 27 years of his life in prison led his country to a new beginning marked by the end of apartheid. For world leaders and millions of people across the globe, Mandela is synonym to peace as his message was centered around forgiveness. The WOMEN & AFRICA community thanks Papa Nelson Mandela for everything he has done.
We have posted a tribute to Nelson Mandela from his good friend, Ahmed Kathrada to our Facebook page, https://t.co/fyXLyIaOqO
— NelsonMandela (@NelsonMandela) December 6, 2013
President Obama on Nelson Mandela: "A man who took history in his hands, and bent the arc of the moral universe toward justice."
— The White House (@WhiteHouse) December 5, 2013
Ban Ki-moon on #Mandela: I will never forget his selflessness and deep sense of shared purpose.
— United Nations (@UN) December 5, 2013
MT @phumzileunwomen: I mourn @NelsonMandela as a father,a leader&the greatest freedom fighter of all time. #Mandela #RIPMandela #RIPMadiba
— UN Women (@UN_Women) December 6, 2013
RIP Nelson Mandela. Words fail to describe your contribution to humankind. Thank you for everything.
— Bill Clinton (@BiIIClinton) December 5, 2013
Boxing legend Muhammad Ali: #Mandela "taught us forgiveness on a grand scale". "I am deeply saddened by the passing of Mr Mandela."
— BBC Africa (@BBCAfrica) December 6, 2013
Honoring the Memory of Nelson Mandela - a beloved leader and friend of all humanity http://t.co/dgOiRN9VUZ pic.twitter.com/Fdh6NAFGsD
— Desmond Tutu (@DesmondTutuPF) December 5, 2013
The world is a better place because of Nelson Mandela. With his passing, we reflect on all he has given to humanity. #RIPNelsonMandela
— UNOCHA (@UNOCHA) December 6, 2013
"Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world." - Nelson Mandela, RIP http://t.co/anCZ3Sw5m8
— Forbes (@Forbes) December 6, 2013
Nelson Mandela: Remembering the man who embodied South Africa's long walk to freedom http://t.co/4CQ14kY0Ob pic.twitter.com/idV8Ligyrc
— BBC Breaking News (@BBCBreaking) December 6, 2013