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FLAG raises alarm over rising cases of coup d’état in Africa


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By Abdulgafar Oladimeji

For love and allegiance to Nigeria, FLAG has raised concerns over the eminent political instability in Africa that is arising from the seizures of governance through the barrels of the gun.

The body speaking at a press conference held at Pegro African Conference Hall in Kano said the risk of military coups in Africa remains a concern.

The convener of FLAG, Associate Professor, Abdullahi  Yau, who addressed the press on behalf of the group added that educating citizens  about the dangers of such take over is vital to safe guard democracy.

He disclosed that, FLAG  is championed by the Budget , Advocacy, and Reform Association with the motive of bringing  together those who harbor the love for a greater Nigeria.

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Yau added that the movement has the mandate to  eradicate the minimal participation of Nigerians in budgeting and governance system

He further added that, FLAG would work to bridge the  lack of personal stake of Nigerians in national assets.

Yau  lamented that Nigerians are victims of cross border challenges , he added that they suffer heavily in the areas of visa issuance and maltreatments of its citizens abroad.

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