Sun. Jun 23rd, 2024
Urgent Call for Indian Citizens to Leave chaos hit Niger

Urgent Call for Indian Citizens to Leave chaos hit Niger

Urgent Call for Indian Citizens to Leave chaos hit Niger

“India has asked its citizens in Niger to return home quickly as the situation there is taking a turn for the worse. The President who was elected by the people was ousted by the army and this has made the situation tense.”

There are about 250 people from India in Niger, most of whom live in the main city, Niamey. The situation has become more tense because the man who says he is now in charge, General Abdourahmane Tchiyani, has not listened to the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) and Western countries. They wanted him to release former President Mohamed Bazoum, whom he had removed from power.

If you are an Indian living in Niger and you have not informed the Indian Embassy in the capital Niamey about yourself, it is really important to do this quickly. If you need help, you can call the Indian emergency number Embassy in Niamey: 22799759975. This information was provided by the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA).

ECOWAS can use force

Leaders from West African countries talked about what to do after the takeover in Niger on July 26. They said they’re making different choices, even using force, to bring back the right way of running things according to their rules in Niger. They also said they’re getting ready to send a group of trained people to help.

This was said when the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), which has 15 countries, met in Abuja, Nigeria. They had a special meeting to talk about what to do because the people who took over in Niger didn’t listen to their warnings about using force to bring back democracy.

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