As Africa’s top football spectacle begins, continental attention turns to Ivory Coast for whom AFCON means much more.
Eromo Egbejule is Africa Editor at Al Jazeera English. He was previously West Africa Editor at The Africa Report magazine. His work has also appea... red in The Guardian, The Atlantic, New York Times, Financial Times, FAZ and elsewhere.
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