Nigerian lawmakers deplore insecurity at ECOWAS parley, South African lauds Mali’s suspension
A Nigerian delegation has told the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) Parliament that the security situation in the country is dire.
The confession was contained in the 33-member country report delivered to the parliament at its ongoing 2021 First Ordinary Session holding from May 27 to June 12, 2021, in Abuja.
The nine-page document captured political, security, human rights, health situation and status of implementation of the ECOWAS texts.
Lynda Chuba Ikpeazu communicated the feeling in her presentation at the event.
IN a related development, member of South Africa’s delegation to Pan African Parliament (PAP), Pemmy Majodina, has lauded the African Union (AU) Peace and Security Council (PSC) for suspending Mali from all activities of the continental body, including its organs and institutions.
The Chief Whip of her country’s African National Congress (ANC) said the suspension has vindicated those who opposed the swearing in of members of the landlocked nation’s delegation at the suspended Fourth Ordinary Session of the Fifth Parliament of PAP.
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