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LIFT ALL SANCTIONS IMPOSED ON BURKINA FASO, GUINEA, MALI & NIGER- FORMER HEAD OF STATE DR GOWON                                                              21-02-24

By Sadiq Aminu                                                    A former head of state Dr Yakubu Gowon has called for the lifting of all sanctions that have been imposed on Burkina Faso, Guinea, Mali and Niger.

He made the plea in Abuja when he presented an open letter of demand to all heads of states and governments of ECOWAS.

The former head of state who is the only surviving founding father of the subregional body, expressed displeasure over recent political developments and urged all and sundry to restore the peaceful environment the body had enjoyed over the years.

He also called on Burkina Faso, Mali and Niger to withdraw their notices to leave ECOWAS.

General Gowon also called for participation of all 15 ECOWAS Heads of State in a Summit to discuss the future of the community, regional security and stability, as well as the role of the international community given the current geopolitical context.

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