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Tinubu presides over ECOWAS Authority’s Extraordinary Summit


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The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) is currently holding an extra-ordinary meeting of its member states in Abuja.

The ongoing ECOWAS Extraordinary Summit focuses on the political, peace, and security situation in the region.

President Tinubu, who is the current Chairman of the ECOWAS Authority of Heads of State, is leading talks on developments within and around member-states that have fallen under military junta.

The meeting is expected to review the embargo slammed by ECOWAS on Burkina Faso, Guinea, Niger and Mali, where military junta are in control.

Recall that at various times, Mali, August 2020; Burkina Faso, September 2022; and Niger, July 2023, all experienced military coups and were sanctioned by the regional bloc, a step that had escalated hostility within the region.

However, the military-led juntas of Burkina-Faso, Mali, and Niger, in late January, announced their withdrawal over “illegal sanctions” harming their people.

They also alleged that the bloc had fallen under the influence of foreign governments whose interests, they said were far from the people’.


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