Ivory Coast: when the political crisis is exported to the Freemasons - Jeune Afrique

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Hamed Bakayoko, in January 2020 in Abidjan.

Hamed Bakayoko, in January 2020 in Abidjan. © Luc Gnago / REUTERS

Behind the scenes, tensions are mounting within the Grand Lodge of Côte d'Ivoire (GLCI), whose grand master is Hamed Bakayoko. Here are the reasons.


Several Freemasons within the GLCI, the main Masonic obedience with 40 lodges and around 2 members, reproach their grand master Hamed Bakayoko (the Prime Minister and Minister of Defense of Côte d'Ivoire) not to support, in the name of the fraternity, the leaders of the opposition - in particular those of the Democratic Party of Côte d'Ivoire (PDCI) and the Union for Democracy and Peace in Côte d'Ivoire (UDPCI) .

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