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Seeking asylum: 'Rap video earned me a death sentence' - BBC News - Buxrs.com
Published: 1 week ago By: BBC News

By: BBC NewsPublished: 1 week ago

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When Joseph Gnagbo and fellow activists recorded a rap video warning against forces challenging their country's president in Ivory Coast, they had no fears about performing it in public..

Abidjan, the largest city in the West African nation, was surrounded by French-backed rebel forces in 2010, but inside the city supporters of President Laurent Gbagbo felt safe to protest and make their feelings known.

As Joseph performed his rap Attention Vigilance, a song which urged his fellow Ivorians to resist the coup, many in the crowds cheered. Others, however, stood silent, observing and remembering faces.

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The stories of five people who fled persecution in their own countries and found sanctuary in Wales are being told via a virtual reality exhibition in Cardiff. Joseph Gnagbo escaped his Ivory Coast home when it became the centre of a war zone. Here is his story.

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