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Former President Goodluck Jonathan joins other ECOWAS leaders in Mali mediation

Former President Goodluck Jonathan today joined other ECOWAS leaders in mediating in the stalemate in the Republic of Mali.

Today’s meeting was a fallout of last week stalemate after both parties in the troubled nation failed to arrived at a mutual ground.

According to a tweet, Goodluck Jonathan said;

“I arrived Bamako this morning, the second time I will be visiting Mali with my ECOWAS team on a mediation mission in a week. Today, we’re being joined by five West African Heads of State who are visiting Mali to hold further consultations with Malian stakeholders.”

There has been a standoff in Mali after the opposition leaders the West African country have renewed their call for protests so that President Ibrahim Boubcar Keita leaves office three years before his final term ends.

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