Niger Coup: ECOWAS Gives Fresh Update on Living Condition of Bazoum, Son in Junta Detention

Niger Coup: ECOWAS Gives Fresh Update on Living Condition of Bazoum, Son in Junta Detention

  • ECOWAS has said the deposed Niger President, Mohamed Bazoum, is living in terrible conditions, and his son has lost many kilos
  • The sub-regional organisation added that Bazoum and his family are being held in inhumane conditions
  • The community also warned Général Abdourahmane Tchiani to desist from carrying out his threat to kill Bazoum

The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) has given an update on the living condition of ousted President Mohamed Bazoum and his son.

The ECOWAS Commissioner for Political Affairs, Peace and Security, Ambassador Abdel-Fatau Musah, said Bazoum and his son are living in terrible conditions in the coup plotters’ detention.

Bazoum's son has lost some kilos in detention/ Niger junta detained Bazpum and son in inhumane conditions
Niger junta detained Bazoum and his son in inhumane conditions. Photo Credits: Nigerian Presidency/@realFFK
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Bazoum living In terrible conditions, his son has lost ‘many kilos’

Musah stated this while featuring on Channels Television’s Sunrise Daily on Friday, August 11.

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“We are going there, if need be, to rescue President Bazoum who is living in very terrible conditions today. He is being denied medical attention, he’s being denied even access to his usual food
“His son, who is also in detention, has lost so many kilos already. They are being held in these inhumane conditions and we cannot just sit back idle and depend on the goodwill of these people who are disrupting the democratic process in the country.”

Reacting to the threat made by the military junta, General Abdourahmane Tchiani to kill Bazoum if ECOWAS carries out its proposed military action against the Niger Republic, Musah said the coup plotters would pay if they dare harm Bazoum and his family.

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“Yesterday’s communique also made it very clear that this junta will pay dearly if anything happens to the safety, security, or the physical integrity of Bazoum, his family, or members of his government. That was clearly done,”
“We are not going to hold back because they are holding the president hostage. If they dare, if they should harm in any way, then they are going to pay very dearly for that. So, this is a tactic.”

Niger Coup: Reno Omokri tells ECOWAS, Tinubu what to do as Gen Tchiani threatens to kill Bazoum

Earlier, reported that Reno Omokri, a former presidential aide to Goodluck Jonathan, has told the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) and President Bola Tinubu what to do should General Abdourahmane Tchiani carry out his threat to kill President Mohamed Bazoum.

He urged ECOWAS and President Tinubu to respond to the threat with a strong warning.

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ECOWAS Sanctions: “We’ll kill Bazoum if military intervenes”, Niger junta warns West African leaders

West African leaders of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) have been slammed with a fresh threat.

Niger’s military junta, Général Abdourahmane Tchiani, has said they would kill deposed President Mohamed Bazoum if neighbouring countries attempt any military intervention to restore constitutional order in the West African country.

ECOWAS orders standby force against Niger coup plotters, details emerge

The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) has ordered its Chief of Defence Staff to activate a standby force to restore constitutional order in Niger Republic following the recent military coup that took over power from ousted president Mohamed Bazoum.

This was disclosed in a resolution on the Niger coup at the ECOWAS Extraordinary meeting in Abuja on Thursday, August 10.

The resolution was read by the President of ECOWAS, Omar Alieu Touray.


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