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Jonathan in Mali for talks with coup leaders

Former President Goodluck Jonathan arrived Bamako, Mali Saturday in continuation of his peace effort in the crisis-torn country.

He is leading the ECOWAS mediation team seeking to convince the military putschists to return the country to constitutional order after they overthrow the civilian government recently.

The former president tweeted on Saturday as he arrived Bamako: “We arrived in Bamako this afternoon to continue with the @ecowas_cedeao mediation & peace talks towards resolving Mali’s political crisis & restoring normalcy in this beautiful West African country. We’Il continue to engage Malian stakeholders until lasting peace is found. – GEJ”

Written by ExpressDay


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