“General Tiani in Lomé, a big slap in the face to ECOWAS.”/Sy Marcus Herve Traore

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– “General Tiani in Lomé, a big slap in the face to ECOWAS.” At the invitation of the President of the Togolese Republic, Faure Essozimna Gnassingbé

@FEGnassingbe, the President of the National Council for the Safeguard of the Homeland (CNSP), President of the transition of Niger, H.E. General Abdourahamane Tiani paid him a visit at Lomé on December 8, 2023. What do you think they talked about? They talked about business. Of course, after evoking insecurity in our region, the two Heads of State talked about how Togo can open his port to Niger

. Forget about what the media says, the port is the main reason why President Faure invited the General to his country. For those of us who are in West Africa, we know how the Lomé’s port plays a pivotal role in their economy. Without that port, Togo as impoverished as it is will not survive as a State. Any Togolese can confirm what I am saying. The Lomé’s port is mainly used by Burkinabè, Nigériens and Malians. We are the landlocked countries. You see, the closest ports to Niger

are the ones in Benin

, Porto Novo and Cotonou to be precisely. So, most clients in the Benin’s ports are Nigériens. But here is the thing,

@PatriceTalonPR decided to close his borders to Niger

, hence ruining his own economy, all in the name of pleasing his master

@EmmanuelMacron. Beninese can confirm that their country is losing money just by abiding by the useless sanctions of ECOWAS. I showed you a video how hundreds of trucks are still parked in the borders of Benin up to this day. When we are ruled by fools, what else can we expect from them?

@Macky_Sall did the same stupidity last year when Mali

was undergoing the sanctions of ECOWAS, and he has lost Malian exports and imports. Folks, this is the type of incompetent leaders who are starving Africans and ruining their own economies, just to please a colonialist

@EmmanuelMacron. Now, back to business, remember, since July 26th,

@ecowas_cedeao imposed illegal, inhumane and illegitimate sanctions on Niger, among which closed borders from all member States, except that Burkina Faso

and Mali

didn’t follow these stupid sanctions. So, under normal circumstances, Togo’s borders should remain closed to Niger

even if they both don’t share borders, and there is still interdiction of flying to any member state of ECOWAS. So, in spite of all that, President Faure decided to invite Tiani. Why? Simply, because he will not sit down and let some fools in ECOWAS ruin a major source of revenue to his country and thousands of people’s livelihoods. I already pointed out in a previous post that all the imports and exports of Niger

go through Burkina Faso

, and from Burkina Faso, we go all the way down to Lomé, Togo

, and all the way back up to Niger. You may wanna look at the map on google to have a better picture of what I’m saying. Now, I know many have been warning the Alliance of Sahel States (AES) not to align themselves with President Gnassingbé. When France

killed the country’s first President Sylavnus Olympio in 1963, for trying to print his own currency and abolish their damn colonial currency CFA franc, since then, I know their country has never gotten any good leader. The Gnassingbé have been ruling Togo since 1967. So, yes, I know he is a French puppet, but we are talking business here, alright? So,with this new development,

@ecowas_cedeao has just received a slap in the face, because they can keep their borders closed “until Thy kingdom come”, and we wouldn’t care. Now, all imports and exports of the Alliance of Sahel States (AES) will go through Togo

. So, let the fools continue to ruin their economies, as for us, we will be working with Togo.

Other reports
The president of the transition of Niger, General Abdourahamane Tchiani, arrived Friday December 8, 2023 in Lomé to meet Togolese President Faure Gnassingbé.
This visit to the Togolese capital comes 48 hours earlier before the holding of a new session of ECOWAS heads of state and government in Abuja devoted to the country as well as Mali, Niger, Guinea, member states headed by “military” members of a coup d’état.
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In Togo, Gal Salifou Mody from Niger received by Faure Gnassingbé
At the helm of the country since July 26, 2023, the general turned to Togo to “mediate” with ECOWAS which imposed severe sanctions in addition to the suspension of the country from the organization.
On November 6 in Lomé, the Minister of Defense, Lieutenant General, Salifou Mody, carrying a message from the President of the Nigerien transition, General Abdourahamane Tiani, declared in substance to the press that he and his delegation came to ask President Faure Gnassingbé of Togo to be a facilitator of dialogue between Niger and its partners including the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS).

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