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Buhari meets Jonathan, calls for resolution of Mali’s political crisis

The President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), hosts asked questioning gatherings in the continuous political emergency in Mali to settle their disparities and join for the harmony and solidarity of the country.

Buhari settled on this decision at the Presidential Villa, Abuja, on Friday while accepting his archetype, Goodluck Jonathan, who right now fills in as Special Envoy and ECOWAS go between to Mali.

The Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina, unveiled this in an assertion named ‘President Buhari, Jonathan present on emergency in Mali.’

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The assertion read, “President Muhammadu Buhari Friday in Abuja approached the entertainers in the political emergency in Mali to meet up for the harmony and solidarity of the country.

“The President talked when he got in crowd previous President Goodluck Jonathan who is Special Envoy and ECOWAS arbiter toward the West African country.”

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The assertion additionally cited the President as saying that “a circumstance where most pieces of the nation are in the possession of extremists requires an agreement and reclamation of harmony, not a further heightening of the emergency.”

Jonathan apparently informed the President on the current circumstance in Mali subsequent to meeting with the key political entertainers in front of the gathering of ECOWAS pioneers under the Chairmanship of President Nana Akufo-Addo of the Republic of Ghana.

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He added that the gathering of the local chiefs was important to desperately track down an adequate answer for the current stalemate in the West African country.

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