Gabon Coup: ‘Worried’ Tinubu Says ‘Power Belongs To People, Not Loaded Guns’

President Bola Tinubu has expressed concern over the recent coup d’état in Gabon, saying he is watching closely while consulting with member states of the African Union….CONTINUE READING

Ajuri Ngelale, Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, disclosed this on Wednesday to State House Correspondent in Abuja.

The Nigerian Presidency warned against the seizure of power by the gun.

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‘’President Bola Tinubu is watching closely with deep concern for the country’s social-political stability and at the seeming autocratic contention spreading across different regions of our beloved continent.

‘’The president as a man who has made significant sacrifices in his life in the course of advancing and defending democracy believes that power belongs in the hands of Africa’s great people and not in the barrel of a loaded gun,’’ he said.

The junta had ousted the President of Gabon, Ali Bongo Ondimba, accusing him of treason….CONTINUE READING

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