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Following them were Norwegian band Bokassa, who are gearing up to release their sophomore album later this month.
Bokassa and Dublin band Fangclub have also been confirmed on the bill for the Co Meath gig next month.
Jean Bedel Bokassa of Central African Republic, Idi Amin Dada of Uganda, Mohammed Gadhafi of Libya, Mobutu Sese Seko of the Republic of Congo, Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe, General Sanni Abacha of Nigeria, Sergeant Doe of Liberia; Africa's historical landscape is replete with examples of rulers who ended ingloriously because of greed and megalomania resulting in a total disconnect with the reality of the nations they presided over.
A similar syndrome affected Milton Obote (Uganda), Hastings Banda (Malawi), Robert Mugabe (Zimbabwe), Daniel arap Moi (Kenya), the Emperor Bokassa (Central African Republic), Omar Bongo (Gabon), Felix Houphouet-Boigny (Ivory Coast) and many others.
Therefore, your Excellency, you have a choice to make between joining Africa's greatest sons and daughters - Nelson Mandela, Julius Nyerere, Thomas Sankara and Johnson Sirleaf - or the despotic sewer of Teodoro Obiang Mbasogo, Robert Mugabe, Mobutu Sese Seko, and Jean-Bedel Bokassa et al.
The Californian four-piece will be joined by support acts Bokassa and Ghost on the latest European leg of their WorldWired tour.
Maquisard devenu president du Burundi de 2005 a aujourd'hui, Pierre Nkurunziza parviendra-t-il a s'introniser roi envers et contre tous en suivant les pas d'un certain Jean-Bedel Bokassa le 4 Decembre 1977 en Republique Centrafricaine ?
Former French president Valery Giscard d'Estaing, later disgraced for accepting personal gifts of diamonds from Central African Republic's self-declared Emperor Jean-Bedel Bokassa, bought uranium from the African state for France's nuclear industry.
A rather more recent coronation, which drew extensively on Napoleon's imagery, was that of Central African dictator Bokassa, who had himself crowned Emperor in December 1977.
Former French president Valery Giscard d'Estaing, umanity through development projects," he told the Thomson Reuters Foulater disgraced for accepting personal gifts of diamonds from Central African Republic's self-declared Emperor Jean-Bedel Bokassa, bought uranium from the African state for France's nuclear industry.
A stint in the Central African Republic with the US Peace Corps (this was back in the 70s, the time of the fearsome Bokassa), where he caught a mild case of malaria and "hung out with the Pygmies in their forest".