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Mali Leader Warns ECOWAS on Niger, Threatens Abuja in Recent Statement

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Mali Leader Warns ECOWAS on Niger, Threatens Abuja in Recent Statement

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Mali’s leader, Assimi Goïta, has issued a strong warning to the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) regarding the political crisis in Niger.

Goïta stated that any intervention by ECOWAS in Niger’s capital, Niamey, would result in swift military action by Mali.

Additionally, he threatened to invade Abuja, the capital of Nigeria. Goïta claims that his aim is to reinstate the “rightful winner” of Niger’s 2023 presidential elections.

This statement has raised concerns about Mali’s intentions and the potential for a broader regional crisis.

ECOWAS now faces a challenging dilemma as it seeks to maintain regional stability and uphold democratic principles.

The international community has called for peaceful dialogue and restraint in resolving the impasse.

The situation is being closely monitored as diplomatic efforts intensify to prevent further escalation.

The fate of two capital cities and the stability of the entire region hang in the balance.

This article was updated 5 months ago

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