Growing domestic unpopularity and growing success of AES states, forces Tinubu to call for negotiation with Niger/ Security Expert


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Amidst his failing and fraudulent Presidency, and failure to deliver for the Nigerian people, Bola Tinubu is now concerned about the success and progress of the Sahel trio-Mali, Burkina Faso and Niger. He wants them out immediately. He is concerned and threatened by what he see.

His threats of military intervention in the Summer, never materialised, his sanctions & cutting of electricity didn’t break the resolve & determination of the Nigerien people to be free. Now he’s trying to negotiate with them by promising to ease sanctions 4 a timely transition

He knows that every day the Sahel trio are in power, they are showing the African people an alternate way of doing things, a united Africa, decolonization of Africa, smashing neo-colonialism. His western masters are irritated, they want this to end as soon as possible.

ECOWAS on Sunday set up a committee of three leaders to negotiate with Niger’s military junta on a transition to democratic rule and to consider easing sanctions, a communique said after the annual summit.

At the summit in Nigerian capital Abuja, ECOWAS decided to set up a committee of leaders from Togo, Sierra Leone and Benin to engage the Niger junta to agree “on a short transition roadmap” and work “towards the speedy restoration of constitutional order”
“Based on the outcomes of the engagement by the committee of heads of state with the (Niger junta) the authority will progressively ease the sanctions imposed on Niger,” ECOWAS said.
Sahel Alliance’ll not weaken ECOWAS’ resolve for democracy — President Tinubu President Bola Tinubu on Sunday said the Sahel Alliance comprising Niger, Mali and Burkina Faso would not lessen the resolve of the Economic Community of West African States to uphold its primary objective. “We refuse to be detracted from pursuing the collective dreams, aspirations, and the noble path of ECOWAS integration as laid out in our institutional and legal frameworks.”

./Cecild84 is a Sierra leone based security expert

ECOWAS TO READY STANDBY FORCE FOR COUNTERTERRORISM, PROMISES GRADUAL EASING OF SANCTIONS ON NIGER REPUBLIC ECOWAS leaders have resolved to urgently review efforts to activate a standby force for counterterrorism operations in areas infested by terrorist groups. A communiqué read by Dr. Omar Touray, President of ECOWAS Commission, at the end of the 64th ordinary session of the Authority of Heads of State and Government of ECOWAS, on Sunday in Abuja, said the leaders reiterated their commitment to the eradication of terrorism and other threats to peace, security, and stability in the region. They also resolved to hold an extraordinary summit on unconstitutional changes of government aimed at promoting peace, security, and democracy in the region. The ECOWAS leaders directed the commission to embark on deep reflection and explore the possibility of convening the extraordinary summit. The Authority of ECOWAS Heads of State and Government, chaired by President Bola Tinubu, established a committee of Heads of State to engage with CMSP, the military junta in Niger Republic, on the need for a short transition roadmap and the emplacement of monitoring mechanisms. The Authority promised a gradual easing of sanctions based on outcomes of the engagement, emphasizing the need for the immediate and unconditional release of detained President Mohammed Bazoum. “The Authority deeply deplores the continued detention of President Mohammed Bazoum, his family and associates by the CMSP regime. “The Authority further deplores the lack of commitment on the part of the CMSP to restore constitutional order. Consequently, the Authority calls on the CMSP to release President Mohammed Bazoum, his family, and associates immediately and without precondition. “The Authority decides to set up a committee of Heads of State made up of the President and Head of State of the Republic of Togo, the President and the Head of State of the Republic of Sierra Leone, the President and Head of State of the Republic of Benin, to engage with the CMSP and other stakeholders with a view to agreeing on a short transition roadmap, establishing transition organs as well as facilitating the setting up of a transition monitoring and evaluation mechanism towards this speedy restoration of constitutional order. “Based on the outcomes of the engagement by the committee of Heads of state with the CMSP, the Authority will progressively ease the sanctions imposed on Niger. “In the event of failure by the CMSP to comply with the outcomes of the engagement with the committee, ECOWAS shall maintain all sanctions, including the use of force, and shall request the African Union and all other partners to enforce the targeted sanctions on members of the CMSP and their associates,” the communique read. At the meeting chaired by President Bola Tinubu, the regional leaders commended the efforts being made by member states and the ECOWAS commission to work on the consolidation of democracy, peace, security, and stability in the region. The Authority noted, in particular, the peaceful elections that took place during the year in Nigeria, Guinea Bissau, Sierra Leone, and Liberia, and welcomed the peaceful resolution of the electoral dispute in Nigeria, as well as the peaceful outcome of the dialogue between the opposition and the government in the Republic of Sierra Leone. On the fight against terrorism and other related security matters, the leaders instructed the commission to expedite the convening of the meeting of ministers of finance and defence to agree on the modalities for the mobilization of internal financial, human, and material resources on a mandatory basis to support the deployment of the regional counterterrorism force. “The Authority takes note of the commencement of assignment by the Special Envoy on Counterterrorism, Ambassador Baba Kamara, and directs the commission to facilitate his mission.

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