Lagos (EFE) Niger and continue to advocate for dialogue.
“Even this morning I have received a wave of phone calls about the preparations of the countries (of ECOWAS) with their respective Armies and their possible contributions. However, I told them to wait,” Tinubu said, according to a statement issued by the Nigerian Presidency late on Thursday.
“I am managing a very thorny situation,” said the Nigerian president, who guaranteed that if ECOWAS left, “other people will react,” without giving further details.
The Nigerian Presidency released this statement after Tinubu met on Thursday with a group of reputable Muslim clerics to talk again with the Niger coup junta and try to convince him to cede power.
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