In a statement issued today, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar, urged African leaders to focus on the core reasons for the recent spike in military coups across the continent. Abubakar’s request comes amid mounting fears about the region’s destabilizing influence of these political changes.
Former Nigerian Vice President Atiku Abubakar responded to the latest coup in Gabon in a statement made on Thursday. Atiku responded to the controversy on his official social media account.
He expressed his concerns about the disturbing pattern of military takeovers across the African continent in a concerned tone. He drew attention to the recent coup in Gabon, highlighting the troubling reality that it is the seventh such episode in Africa since the year 2020.
The coup in Gabon has elicited a thunderous denunciation. Democracy and democratic administration have firmly established themselves as the preferred system of government in a resounding affirmation.
According to recent reports, the number of military takeovers in Central and West Africa has reached an all-time high of eight since the year 2020. The current situation has prompted concerns, which is a concerning development. In a recent tweet, the user underlined the importance of addressing the sickness rather than only treating the symptoms connected with it.