The New Central African Republic’s President is set To Take Office
The Central African Republic’s new president is set to take oath of office on Wednesday.
Faustin-Archange Touadera is faced with the challenge of reconciling a divided population and rebuilding a shattered country.
Former maths teacher Touadera, was the winner of February’s run-off election in the country that had been wracked by three years of communal violence.
The spiral of unrest between Muslim and Christian militias has left thousands dead, displaced more than 400,000 and disrupted farming, transport and public services in one of the world’s poorest nations.