Coup Declared in Niger as Soldiers Detain President Bazoum

A piece of breaking news reaching us at occupygh.com indicates that soldiers in Niger have declared a coup on national television – President Mohamed Bazoum of the country has been detained by troops from the presidential guard.

The coup leaders announced the dissolution of the constitution, suspension of all institutions, and the closure of national borders.

President Mohamed Bazoum was reportedly detained by troops from the presidential guard in the early hours of Wednesday.

The situation has caused international concern as the unfolding events in Niger continue to be closely monitored by the global community.

This story is still developing. More details shortly.

Soldiers in Niger have declared a coup on national television. They have stated that the constitution has been dissolved, all institutions suspended, and the country’s borders closed.
President Mohamed Bazoum of Niger has been detained by troops from the presidential guard since the early hours of Wednesday.

Source: OccupyGh.com 

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Coup Declared in Niger as Soldiers Detain President Bazoum

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