Less than 48 hours before the new summit of ECOWAS heads of state in Abuja, Nigeria, the Nigerian junta is seeking to strengthen its positions.
They have appointed a civilian Prime Minister, met with Nigerian unions and politicians. At the same time, they have requested the postponement of the visit that a delegation from the AU, ECOWAS, and the UN was supposed to make in Niamey on Tuesday.
The Central African President, Faustin Archange Touadéra, could run for another term… The project for a new constitution was approved by over 95% in the referendum held on July 30th. There was little suspense, as the opposition had widely called for a boycott of the consultation. They accuse the President of wanting to retain power “for life”.
Accused of crimes against humanity, Félicien Kabuga, the presumed financier of the genocide against the Tutsis, was arrested in the Parisian suburbs in May 2020… This week, UN judges, during an appeals procedure, ordered an indefinite suspension of the trial and are in favor of a release… Reactions in Rwanda with Clément Di Roma, correspondent in Kigali.