The Northern Senators Forum commends ECOWAS for lifting sanctions on Niger Republic,Skip Tinubu’s name in press release

The Northern Senators Forum (NSF) has expressed its appreciation for the leaders of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) for their decision to lift sanctions imposed on Niger Republic following the military takeover on 26th July, 2023. In a statement released by the NSF Publicity Secretary, Senator Suleiman Kawu Sumaila, the forum commended ECOWAS for its responsive and compassionate approach to addressing the critical issues related to Niger Republic.


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The statement highlighted the positive implications of lifting the sanctions, including the alleviation of suffering for the people of Niger Republic, the restoration of stability and economic prosperity in the region, and the fostering of regional integration, trade, and cooperation. The NSF also emphasized the importance of ECOWAS’ decision in promoting democracy, rule of law, and regional solidarity.

The forum urged the government of Niger Republic and its people to seize the opportunity to hasten the process of returning to democratic governance in order to build a stronger and more prosperous nation. Additionally, the NSF called on all regional stakeholders to continue engaging in dialogue and pursuing peaceful solutions to address any remaining concerns, fostering a harmonious environment for progress and development.

The NSF extended its gratitude to ECOWAS leaders, particularly President Bola Ahmed Tinubu of Nigeria, for their proactive and benevolent intervention in lifting the sanctions imposed on Niger Republic. The forum expressed confidence that this decision will serve as a shining example for resolving differences through dialogue and diplomacy, leaving an indelible mark on the collective consciousness of all West African nations.

The Northern Senators Forum’s statement illustrates the importance of regional cooperation, solidarity, and the promotion of stability and peace in West Africa. As representatives of the people and advocates for justice and democracy, the NSF’s commendation of ECOWAS’ decision reflects a commitment to promoting progress and development throughout the region.

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