“Goodluck Jonathan” has Been Appointed ECOWAS Special Envoy for Peace Mission in Mali | HOME4ENT

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The Former Nigerian President, “Dr. Goodluck Jonathan” has been appointed by the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) as a special envoy to lead the sub-regional body’s mediation mission in Mali.

The ex-President who’s now the Special Envoy is to facilitate dialogue with all the principal stakeholders in Mali, not excluding President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita, opposition leaders, civil society and as well as religious organizations towards resolving the worsening socio-political situations in the West African Country.

Speaking ahead of his scheduled departure for Bamako on Wednesday, Jonathan promised to do his best to ensure that the mission achieves the desired result.

GEJ also appreciated Nigeria’s incumbent President, Muhammadu Buhari for the support of the Nigerian Government, including providing an aircraft and other logistics needed to make the assignment successful.

Jonathan, who had led peace missions to many crises-ridden nations in the past, is expected to deploy his enormous goodwill within the continent to facilitate the process of restoring peace in the troubled nation.

Mali has been hit by protests, sparked by the outcome of parliamentary elections in March and April, perceived discontent over the government’s handling of Mali’s jihadist insurgency and worsening economic situation.

Goodluck’s appointment was revealed to him in a letter signed by Mr. Jean-Claude Kassi Brou, President of the ECOWAS Commission.

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It reads; “Given your position as the former President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and the great role and contributions your tenure offered to the maintenance of peace, security and stability in our region, I have the honour, in consultation with the Chair of the Authority, H.E. Issoufou Mahamadou, President of the Republic of Niger, to communicate to you, the decision to appoint you as ECOWAS Special Envoy for the sociopolitical crisis in Mali.”

The ex-president is to engage in consultations with all relevant stakeholders involved in the ongoing dispute in Mali to ensure that a common ground is found in the search for peace.

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