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New information has emerged regarding the claim that the military leader of Mali threatened to invade Abuja and remove Tinubu.
According to reports, the claim originated from a Facebook handle called Labour Party Plateau State Chapter.
The handle alleged that Mali intended to invade Abuja if ECOWAS deployed its forces to invade Niamey, the capital of Niger.
The statement reads in part: “If ECOWAS dares to invade Niamey, Niger, not only are we intervening, but we will simultaneously militarily invade Abuja, the capital of Nigeria, to reinstate the rightful winner of the 2023 elections.”
The claim also stated that Mali was aware of the true winner of the 2023 presidential election in Nigeria and threatened to reinstate the purported winner.
However, upon further investigation, it has been found that no credible reports confirmed these allegations.
The joint declaration by the foreign ministers of Mali, Burkina Faso, and Niger did not mention any threats of invasion or interference in Nigeria’s election.
Therefore, the claim that Colonel Goita of Mali threatened to attack Abuja and install a specific winner of the election is not supported by credible sources.
This article was updated 3 weeks ago