CCP Groomed 6 African Presidents to Expand Its Unified Front

The Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) decades of infiltration in Africa paid off on March 12 when it won support from Russia and African countries, such as Egypt and South Sudan, for its condemnation of Australia’s “human rights violations” in a statement to the U.N. Human Rights Council in Geneva. Since the CCP came to power, its military academy has trained six presidents, eight defense ministers, more than 100 commanders, and a large number of military personnel for Africa. To date, five presidents and former presidents of African countries have graduated from the CCP’s Nanjing Army Command College. They are Samuel Nujoma, the founding president of Namibia; Jakaya Kikwete, the fourth president of Tanzania; Laurent Kabila, the third president of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC); Isaias Afwerki, the first and current president of Eritrea; and Joao Vieira, the former president of Guinea-Bissau. In addition, former DRC President Joseph Kabila (also known as Kabila …
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