Niger: the situation of Mohamed Bazoum, 2 months after the coup d'état
Abdulsalami Abubakar (second from left) reflected on his meeting with the ousted president of Niger, Mohamed Bazoum (centre) and the leader of the putschists, General Abdourahamane Tiani, in an interview with the BBC in Hausa. AP
Two months ago to the day, on July 26, the Nigerien president was overthrown by the military. Since then, Mohamed Bazoum has been deprived of his liberty, held with several members of his family in Niamey. What state of mind is he in? How does he react to the events and announcements of the French president? Elements of answer with Magali Lagrange.
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