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Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Chadian President Idriss Deby Succumbs To Injuries Suffered In Clash With Rebels + His Son Takes Over

Chad's newly re-elected President Idriss Deby Itno, who's been in power for three decades, died of injuries on Tuesday while fighting rebels in the north of the Sahel country, the army announced on state television on Tuesday.







The Chadian army also confirmed that General Mahamat Idriss Deby Itno, a four-star general who is the son of slain president Idriss Deby Itno, will replace him at the head of a military council...

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    1. Two seconds everything don burst 😁😁😁

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    2. At least, he lead from the front unlike one clueless vegetable that I know.

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  2. Those that wish him dead should come out ooo. I don happen.
    Some of you don't even know him,just because it was mentioned that he was re-elected ,all you could say was to wish he died .

    Okay he is dead ,are you happy now???

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    1. I was almost gonna say wasn't this man just re-elected....

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    2. Bhaykins is this you? I left a comment for you in the previous post.
      People were not wishing him dead, however, if you've chosen to keep extending a 30 year rule at the age of 60+, are you not indirectly implying you intend to spend your whole living days in that position?
      Quit being sentimental.

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    3. I've read the comment section of that post thrice and nobody wished him dead. Are you okay?

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    4. Oga abi madam go and nyash down
      Is he the only one that seat is meant for?

      How can one person be power driven to have governed for three decades yet still thirst for more???..

      Probably if he had allowed someone else rule, he'd be alive.

      No one wished him rather he got what he desired, but I'm sure he'd be surprised anywhere he is now that it came early.

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    5. You're probably typing this to feel good with yourself....
      What's with the greed, he chose to die in office and it simply came to pass.
      Is this the first time people have made such statement?
      How many persons died after all the talk and noise.
      Abeg accept that this one was his calling.

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  3. May God reward him according to his deeds.

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    1. Amen. But why is the son taking over? Is not chieftaincy title na ABI Dem no get vice president??? Please someone should educate me!!!

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  4. Why there is no empathy when African leaders die is understandable. Ruling for decades, takes a bow and his son takes over. African countries don't look like North Korea.

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    1. African leaders are the worse set of leaders,very greedy set of human beings

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  5. It says the son took ,that means their system is monarchial.
    Off to Google to read about Chad.

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    1. Chad doesn't practice a monarchical system.

      After Derby lost his life to the rebels, the military council quickly stepped in and dissolved the parliament and announced his son as his successor. His son is an army General.

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  6. Death is inevitable, however, it shouldn't be in your place to wish anyone death, more especially someone you don't know or hasn't done you any wrong.
    I just want to believe that the will of God has been done. May his deed on earth speak for him.

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    1. Who wished him dead? Even if they did, you think their wish killed him? All our politicians would have been dead and long forgotten by now.
      You no dey ever make sense, always misyarning.

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    2. Abeg abeg nyansh down somewhere. Always talking out of point.

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  7. Re-elected and he was fighting rebels in the NOrth? You mean he still carried guns into
    battle; as a soldier or what? I am confused. πŸ˜•πŸ˜•πŸ˜•Or did someone in the army have
    accidental discharge?

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    1. You are reading between the lines. I read somewhere that it was his son who shot him at the back.
      Looks like a conspiracy.

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  8. No more alive to do the sixth term.Power only belong to God.

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  9. How come his security details couldn't secure his safety? And must his son take over from him? why should Chadians allow that?

    At least he was brave enough to be at the front line.

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    1. Ever heard of monarchy????

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    2. @ Anon 17:23. They dont hold election in monarchy

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    3. @17.23 some of you just don't know how to talk.

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  10. It is good to know, they run a monarchy over there.

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  11. when we will our own president go fight boko haram?

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  12. RIP to him,at least he died fighting for his country,but this his death,i smell a conspiracy,o gbaro akaπŸ€”πŸ€”

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  13. They obviously killed him.

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