The All Progressives Congress (APC) Presidential Campaign Council’s disbanded Media and Publicity Director, Bayo Onanuga, has responded to the recent takeover of power in Gabon. CONTINUE READING>>>>>
Punch News said that shortly after Ali Bongo’s victory in the election, the military deposed him as president of Gabon. To proclaim their takeover, soldiers from the country appeared on Gabon’s national television. The Saturday election was likewise called off, and the democratically elected government of Gabon was deemed to be over.
Reacting to these recent events, Onanuga expressed on his Twitter account that the coup leaders are power-hungry dictators. The former media aide to Nigeria’s President Bola Ahmed Tinubu wrote “Another example of a military coup in Africa. Democracy’s advancement is being impeded, mainly due to authoritarian African leaders who grasp onto authority.”
Punch News reports that this fresh coup in Africa coincides with attempts to deal with the removal of Mohamed Bazoum, a democratically elected president in Niger Republic. However, both the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) and the African Union (AU), who have rejected the coup in Niger, have not yet responded to the situation in Gabon at the time of writing.
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