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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Mo Ibrahim
It's the biggest cash prize available to former leaders of African countries, and no one was worthy this year — again.
Mr. Ibrahim said he thinks the award has helped increase conversations about positive leadership in Africa instead of talk about the continent's murderous or corrupt leaders.
Mo Ibrahim, a British mobile-phone magnate who was born in Sudan, said he was not disappointed that the prize was not given away this year.