Mali: Bamgbose tells ECOWAS – Let soldiers know dire consequences of not returning to civilian rule
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Olusegun Bamgbose, Esq., the National Coordinator, Concerned Advocates for Good Governance, CAGG, has complimented the Economic Community of West African States, ECOWAS, for meeting people’s high expectations in giving the upset plotters in Mali only a year to restore the nation back to non military personnel rule.

He, in any case, said that ECOWAS ought to have the option to tell the junta the critical outcomes of not giving up power in a year.

ECOWAS authority took the choice toward the finish of its second virtual remarkable meeting on the socio-political circumstances in Mali at the end of the week.

Bamgbose depicted this as an invite advancement, including that military principle is a distortion, loathsome, obsolete and repulsive.

“It should no longer be tolerated in Africa,” he said in a chat with DAILY POST on Saturday.

“The three years transition to civil rule, proposed by the military junta, is unacceptable and must be refused.

“The 12 months ultimatum is in order and realistic. ECOWAS should not just bark but bite. They should be able to tell the junta the dire consequences of not relinquishing power in 12 months.

“Those who make civilian rule impossible should be made to know that, the use of force will be inevitable.

“Civilian rule must return to Mali in 12 months that should not be something of probability, but possibility. The junta should put their house in order and vacate the seat of power in 12 months.”