The Revolt And Struggle For Sovereignty Of West African States After Major Coups.

Written by on March 22, 2024

The political landscapes of most West African states including Mali, Burkina Faso, Niger and Guinea have in the recent past taken a major shift. The sustained culture of military coups since the 80's and 90's has somewhat stuck as a norm in this region to the extent that the citizenry are now accustomed to sudden shifts in the power structure at any time.

With the regular disruption of leadership and unpredictability of the political and power structures as well as national and regional governance, economic and political development is hampered and consequentially prolonged suffering of . . .

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