Adamu Garba, a prominent figure in the All Progressives Congress (APC), has issued a cautionary statement regarding the ongoing coup situation in Niger. He expressed concern that any military intervention in the Niger coup might have dire consequences for West Africa as a whole.
In response to the seven-day ultimatum given to General Abdourahamane Tchiani, the mastermind of the coup, by the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), Garba took to Twitter to warn against the involvement of military forces in the region….
He alleged that the United States and France had orchestrated a trap to incite a total war in the area.
Garba urged President Bola Tinubu to resist pressure from France and the U.S. to initiate any military action against Niger. Instead, he emphasized the importance of adopting a non-kinetic and diplomatic approach to resolve the crisis.
He further stressed that military intervention could lead to more internal problems for Nigeria and jeopardize the efforts made to build a democratic government.
Garba underscored the need for West Africa to learn from past failures in protecting democracy and prevent repeating the same mistakes, while ensuring the region’s security interests are not compromised by external influences.
Dear Readers, Good and credible news reportage is tedious task and requires huge finances.
We are soliciting your Noble support for as low as N1,000 your support would go a long way in assisting us to continue to guarantee our readers quality news.
Bank transfers can be made to:
Account Name: Harvest and Commercial
Bank: Sterling Bank
Account Number: 0078627735