Shehu Sani Shares Views on Niger Republic Coup, Threat of Military Invasion

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Former lawmaker and senator, Shehu Sani, has shared his views on the recent coup in Niger Republic and the potential threat of a military invasion by the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS).


Speaking at the Mombaya House, Aminu Kano Centre for Democratic Studies in Kano State, Sani highlighted the sensitivity of the situation and the historical context of military takeovers in Africa.

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Sani pointed out that military coups have been a recurring phenomenon in Africa, with recent examples in Guinea, Mali, Burkina Faso, and now Niger.

He raised concerns about the collapse of democracy in West Africa and Africa as a whole, questioning the reasons behind this trend.

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The former lawmaker’s remarks come at a time when ECOWAS is considering military intervention in Niger Republic to restore democratic governance.

Sani’s perspective sheds light on the broader regional implications of the coup and the need for a deeper understanding of the underlying causes.

As the situation in Niger Republic continues to unfold, it remains to be seen how ECOWAS and the international community will respond to the military takeover and the potential threat it poses to regional stability.

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