Mali and Burkina Faso have officially announced that they will declare war if ECOWAS nations invade Niger

Mali and Burkina Faso have officially announced that they will declare war if ECOWAS nations invade Niger

Nigerians are begging President Tinubu to be extremely careful with his decisions. As Niger republic shares a border with about 6 states in Nigeria. If Tinubu declares war on the Niger Republic in an attempt to return democracy it will cost Nigeria a lot.

Why? Because Both Mali and Burkina Faso have just declared that Any Military Intervention in Niger would amount to declaring War on Burkina Faso and Mali, Joint Statement Burkina News Agency.

Burkina Faso and Mali agree to assist the Military junta in Niger Republic if Niger Republic’s sovereignty and territorial integrity are threatened or violated

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Nigeria’s president being the Ecowas president has ordered sanctions and closed borders which have taken effect “

Ecowas & its International sanctions, Thousands of trucks are restricted from entering Niger border.

Following the coup d’état on July 26th overthrowing the democratically elected President Bazoum.

France issues threatening ultimatum to Niger

Paris, together with the countries of the West African coalition, demands the restoration of the power of deposed President Mohamed Bazum. The new authorities of Niger received one week to implement the decree.

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In the African Republic, there are now several military bases of Western countries with a total contingent of troops of 1.5 thousand French and 1 thousand US military.

I believe Russia may wanna arm the Niger Republic and Faso in terms of war and if Nigeria should be in front of the whole thing .. “ we are on our own “ using our taxpayer’s money to fund a war that’s not ours…

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Niger Republic borders states of Sokoto, Zamfara, Katsina, Jigawa and Yobe these states will first take direct hits.

Analysts are saying Nigeria’s president must be very thoughtful in making decisions and shouldn’t let anyone push him to make a decision that will cost Nigerians and Nigeria a lot.

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