Reactions all around the world after Nelson Mandela’s death


Nelson Mandela impressed the world as an anti-apartheid revolutionary and later as the first black President of the South Africa. His government focused against racism, poverty and inequality. His last public appearance was in July 2010 at the closing ceremonies of the soccer World Cup in South Africa.
Messages from all around the world come now after Mandela’s death, appreciating his life and activity.
Nigeria’s President Goodluck Jonathan said: “ Mandela’s death will create a huge vacuum that will be difficult to fill in our continent.” Hillary Clinton said: “Nelson Mandela was a champion for justice & human dignity, with unmatched grace. I’ll remember him as Madiba, truly an unconquerable soul.” The former UN secretary general Kofi Annan said: “I’ve lost a dear friend. Nelson Mandela stands as a dear friend to us all.” The Prince William, in the UK, appreciated that “(Mandela) was an extraordinary and inspiring man. This is extremely sad and tragic news.” Oprah Winfrey expressed her feelings saying: “He will always be my hero. His life was a gift to us all.” Not the last in importance, the actor Morgan Freeman, who portrayed Nelson Mandela in ‘Invicus’, said in this moment: “As we remember his triumphs, let us, in his memory, not just reflect on how far we’ve come, but on how far we have to go.”


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