Some residents of Kano State have rejected the proposed military invasion of Niger Republic by the Economic Community of West Africa States (ECOWAS).
ADULAWO NEWS recalls that ECOWAS on Thursday directed military forces of the Member States to be on standby for the restoration of democratic rule in the neighbouring West African nation.
Following the development, the protesters took to the street of the ancient city of Kano to reject the planned use of force to restore ousted President Mohamed Bazoum to power.
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During a procession in the ancient city of Kano, the protesters also displayed Nigeria and Niger’s flags, chanting anti-war songs and moving around the state capital.
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The protesters chanted words like “Nigeriens are our brothers”, “Nigeriens are also our family’. “Niger is ours; we don’t want war; war against Niger is injustice, a plot by the Western forces.”