Back in July, President Muhammadu Buhari, together with other ECOWAS leaders, checked out Mali.
We shared then that the leaders checked out Mali since of the wave of demonstrations rocking the nation, intending to put an end to it.
However, soon later, protesters required to the streets once again, requiring the resignation of President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita
And now it appears like there’s been a coup, with reports from worldwide media declaring that the president and prime minister have actually been apprehended by the army.
According to the Washington Post, there’s been reports of roadway blocks and authorities being apprehended in Bamako, with 10s of countless Malians requiring to the streets.
Swissinfo likewise reports that mutineering soldiers apprehended a variety of senior civilians and military authorities, and drove them back to base.
The AFP, on Twitter, shared news of the arrest of the president, composing:
Mali president and prime minister apprehended: mutiny leader.
AFP news company (@AFP) August 18, 2020
We wait for to see how this all unfolds.
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