Three Cheers for Anglo-Medieval Sounding Awards in Africa

kagame_1At the first International Colloquium on Women held in Monrovia this past weekend, Liberian president Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf bestowed on Rwandan president Paul Kagame an unbelievably awesome title:

The Distinction of the Grand Cordon in the Most Venerable Order of the Knighthood of Pioneers

Personally, I think its his King-Arthur-like golden circular rims that make Kagame seem like a pioneer.

The big question though:  Will Kagame’s profile on his personal government webpage be updated to include this myspace-sounding distinction? More importantly, will Congolese president Jospeh Kabila start addressing Kagame as Mr. Grand Cordon in the Most Venerable Order of the Knighthood of Pioneers?

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3 responses to “Three Cheers for Anglo-Medieval Sounding Awards in Africa

  1. Anonymous

    muzabe abagabo

  2. Butera

    I love you so much and wish and I believe in GOD that knows all that the winner of election is you without doupt!!
    Have good time tukuri inyuma.

  3. rachel

    i love u all

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