Nigeria condemns mutiny in Cote D’ivoire, urges restraint & calls for dialogue

Written by  May 17, 2017

The Federal Government of Nigeria has condemned the recent developments in Cote d’Ivoire in which a small fraction of the country’s Armed Forces revolted against the Government.

The Government made its stand known in a statement signed by Laolu Akande, Senior Special Assistant on Media & Publicity to the President, Office of the Vice President.

In the statement, Nigeria expressed strong and unflinching support for the Government of President Alhassan Ouattara, saying it welcomes ongoing efforts at resolving the crisis.

The Federal Government therefore urged 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 urged the rebels to return to their barracks and refrain from any action capable of undermining the peace, security and democracy in the country.

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