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Wednesday, May 17, 2017

NIGERIA Condemns Mutiny In COTE D’IVOIRE,Urges Restraint And Calls For Dialogue

The Federal Government of Nigeria wishes to condemn in strong terms the recent developments in Cote d’Ivoire in which a small fraction of the country’s Armed Forces mutinied against the Government. 




Nigeria expresses strong and unflinching support for the Government of President Alhassan Ouattara and welcomes ongoing efforts at resolving the crisis.

In this context, the Federal Government urges the parties to the crisis to exercise maximum restraint, remain calm and continue with dialogue and negotiations with the Government of President Ouattara.

Nigeria also urges the mutineers to return to their barracks and to refrain from any action capable of undermining the peace, security and democracy in the country.


 The Federal Government further urges the people of Cote d’Ivoire to remain steadfast in their support for the Government and to refrain from giving support to the mutineers in the overall interest of peace, tranquillity, good order and prosperity of the country.



12 comments:

  1. Is there problem there? Na wa ooo.

    Ola hope you are safe?

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    1. Yes I am..πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

      It all started Monday morning like 4am sha.
      I don't move around that much, always indoors. Nowhere to go sef, only when I want to go take "Jedi".. Mon francais parler est petite petite.

      Where I work is also where I live. My movement is restricted.
      We do take the children to the roadside sef to cross the main-road, when it started Monday, me I just kuku enter room go sleep jare..πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
      Can't come n die in another man's land..
      But started going out yesterday sha..
      Everywhere is calm now

      Thanks yori.
      But you beeveeleons are too smart.. Like I am surprised ooo.. Android 8.0 KitKatπŸ™ŒπŸ™Œ

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  2. They should mind their business

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  3. Hmmmm Nigeria dey talk

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  4. I thought after Gbagbo's death these leaders will learn their lesson?

    Anyway, the mutineers shld just surrender cos time has passed when military coup was order of the day.

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  5. Uncle Nigeria, pls solve your problem first.

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  6. Something must have prompt that.

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  7. See Nigeria govt dey talk.. Person sey never solve he own eahala dey chook eye for person own



    Mc pinky

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  8. Ife ga eme na be Ndi ozo anyi eburu uzo jebe, ma oburu nke di Na be anyi oburu okwu, Osadebe song ka nyi jikota in my mind now

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