April 14, 2024

The authors of the coup d’etat in Niger introduced on Sunday night their intention to “prosecute” the ousted president Mohamed Bazoum for “excessive treason” and “undermining the safety” of the nation. Observe the newest developments within the scenario in Niger hour by hour.

  • 2:05 am: the army regime denounces the “unlawful, inhuman and humiliating sanctions” of ECOWAS

The perpetrators of the coup in Niger that overthrew President Mohamed Bazoum denounced Sunday night “the unlawful, inhuman and humiliating sanctions” of the Financial Group of West African States (ECOWAS).

The populations of Niger are “severely tried by the unlawful, inhuman and humiliating sanctions of ECOWAS, which go as far as to deprive the nation of pharmaceutical merchandise, foodstuffs” and “electrical energy provide”, mentioned one of many members of the regime, Colonel-Main Amadou Abdramane, in a press launch learn on nationwide tv.

  • 1:27 am: the junta broadcasts that it desires to “prosecute” President Bazoum for “excessive treason”

The authors of the coup d’etat in Niger introduced on Sunday night their intention to “prosecute” the ousted president Mohamed Bazoum for “excessive treason” and “undermining the safety” of the nation.

“The Nigerien authorities has up to now gathered” the “proof to prosecute earlier than the competent nationwide and worldwide authorities the deposed president and his native and international accomplices, for top treason and undermining the interior and exterior safety of Niger”, declared the colonel main Amadou Abdramane, one of many members of the regime, in a press launch learn on nationwide tv.

  • The important of the day of August 13

Nigerian Muslim spiritual leaders have returned to Abuja after assembly army junta officers in Niamey.

Nigerien President Mohamed Bazoum, detained in his presidential residence in Niamey since a coup that overthrew him on July 26, in the meantime “had a go to from his physician”, mentioned one in every of his kinfolk. at AFP.

With AFP and Reuters