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{JUST IN} Niger Coup: Military Chiefs from West Africa meet in Abuja

Military Chiefs from some West African countries have arrived the Defence Headquarters in Abuja, for a high-powered delegation meeting over current activities of military juntas in Niger Republic.

It was observed that the seats allocated to Mali, Guinea Bissau, Niger and Burkina Faso military chiefs are currently vacant.

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The military chiefs who are presently on the ground include Togo, Sierra Leone, Senegal, Nigeria, Ghana, Liberia, Guinea, Gambia, Cote’Divoire, Cape Verde and Republic of Benin.


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The meeting is being chaired by the chairman of ECOWAS military chief, Gen. Christopher Musa.

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Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) had on Sunday given Niger coupists one-week ultimatum to restore democratic order in the country or risk military action.

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