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Antidote To Coup D’états Is Good Governance – Richard Kumadoe1 min read

Antidote To Coup D’états Is Good Governance – Richard Kumadoe<span class="wtr-time-wrap after-title"><span class="wtr-time-number">1</span> min read</span>

Richard Kumadoe, Security Analyst, says the signs were clear for a military a takeover in Gabon.

He said there was insecurity, abject poverty and the President was unwell in addition to their woes..

Mr Kumadoe continued that the Gabonese wanted a liberation hence the jubilation following ousting of President Ali Bongo.

A group of soldiers declared a coup d’état in Gabon on Wednesday August 30th, claiming to have seized power from a president whose family has ruled the oil-rich Central African nation for decades.

The military junta made the announcement on state television hours after Gabonese President Ali Bongo Ondimba won reelection for a third term in a vote that was criticized by international observers. A dozen uniformed soldiers, who introduced themselves as members of the Committee of Transition and the Restoration of Institutions, described the election as fraudulent and said the results were “canceled,” all borders “closed until further notice” and state institutions “dissolved.”

Richard Kumadoe speaking on Kumasi based Time FM Ama Ghana Morning Show said the antidote to coups or military takeovers is good governance.

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