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The Niger Uranium Paradox That Has Made The African Country a Predator’s Target
By Francis Okpaleke & Olumba Ezenwa
A month after the coup in Niger that toppled the democratically elected civilian government of Mohamed Bazoum, the country’s neighbors are still debating the possibility of military intervention.
The Economic Community of West African States (Ecowas) – a coalition of west African countries, which includes Niger – has said it intends to send in a taskforce to topple the military junta led by General Abdourahamane Tchiani, which ousted Bazoum on July 26.
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