The Financial Group of West African States (ECOWAS) introduced, on Wednesday night, the beginning of the activation of the standby drive in an effort to “restore constitutional order in Niger.”
The group stated in its account on the “X” platform, “Twitter”, beforehand, that the chiefs of employees within the nations of the group are assembly in Accra relating to the deployment of reserve forces in Niger.
The “ECOWAS” warned that the army’s failure to again down from their coup in Niger would result in army intervention by the group.
And ECOWAS continued: “As a follow-up to the directives of the Meeting of Heads of State and Authorities of the Group at its extraordinary summit on the political state of affairs in Niger, which was held on August 10, 2023 in Abuja, Nigeria, the Committee of Chiefs of Employees of the Group’s states activated its reserve drive, to revive constitutional order in Niger.”
“To this finish, the ECOWAS Committee of Worldwide Chiefs of Employees will maintain a rare assembly in Accra, the capital of Ghana, on Thursday and Friday to finalize plans for the deployment of the standby drive,” she added.
The disaster in Niger witnessed new developments, as a second Nigerien activist introduced the institution of a brand new entrance to assist remoted President Mohamed Bazoum, who was overthrown by a army coup weeks in the past.