Tinubu not responsible for Burkina Faso, Mali, Niger’s exit from ECOWAS – Bwala

 


A chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Daniel Bwala has exonerated President Bola Tinubu of being responsible for the withdrawal of Burkina Faso, Mali and Niger from the Economic Community of West African States, ECOWAS.

 

Bwala said their withdrawal from ECOWAS has everything to do with the dynamics of proxy trade conflicts between Russia/China and the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation, NATO.

 

Recall that military regimes in Burkina Faso, Mali and Niger on Sunday announced their withdrawal of membership from the ECOWAS.

 

According to the military juntas, it was a “sovereign decision” to leave the Economic Community of West African States “without delay”.

 

However, Bwala said the development has nothing to do with Tinubu’s leadership or lack thereof as it was being peddled by naysayers.

 

In a post on his X handle on Sunday, the former lawmaker added that Nigerians should focus on the nation.

 

HW wrote: “The withdrawal of the three West African nations from @ecowas_cedeao ECOWAS has nothing to do with @officialABAT President Tinubu’s leadership or lack thereof as it is peddled by naysayers . It has everything to do with the dynamics of proxy trade conflicts between @GovernmentRF Russia/China and NATO.

 

“Nigeria is not at war with both blocs, so we are good and President Tinubu would find a path for lasting peace in ECOWAS.

 

“Let’s focus on our nation and together as a people we would find solutions to our age long problems.

 

“Make dem dey there dey and make we dey our dey.”

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