Malian Political Crisis: Mediator of ECOWAS, Goodluck Jonathan in Bamako

Malian Political Crisis: Mediator of ECOWAS, Goodluck Jonathan in Bamako

According to AMAP, the Nigerian President, former Nigerian President, Goodluck Jonathan, arrived in Bamako on Sunday to follow the recommendations of the Accra mini-summit of the heads of the sub-regional organization.

Out of trouble …

According to a statement, the ECOWAS mediator, Goodluck Jonathan, is in Bamako to support efforts to end the crisis in Mali. The United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission (MINSMA) and the African Union Mission for Mali and the Sahel (Missal) will actively participate in the mission until 12 May.


The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) has been involved in resolving the Mali crisis from the beginning. Goodluck Jonathan, the former head of state of Nigeria, a mediator appointed for this purpose, had already carried out several campaigns in Mali to ease tensions.

Diet deficiency …

As a reminder, after the fall of Ibrahim Boubacar Ke, ta’s regime, the heads of state of ECOWAS held a Mimi summit in Accra in October 2020, at the end of which they made recommendations for the success of the transition to Mali.

Recommendations …

As a follow-up to these recommendations, Goodluck Jonathan came to Mali early that year where he met with senior officials and all parties involved in the transition process.

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