On the phone, Trudeau and Tinubu talk about the coup in Gabon

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President Bola Tinubu and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spoke on the phone about the most recent revolution in Gabon that ousted President Ali Bongo.

Ajuri Ngelale, the President’s special media and publicity adviser, told journalists about the phone call on Wednesday in Abuja.

According to him, the two presidents’ conversation focused on the necessity of advancing and safeguarding constitutional democratic rule across the continent.

Both leaders were reported to have vehemently stressed that democratic government remain a top priority throughout the whole debate.

Ngelale informed the media that President Bola Tinubu and Justin Trudeau, the prime minister of Canada, had a lengthy and in-depth conversation about the crisis in the Niger Republic and the developing situation in Gabon.

The promotion and protection of constitutional democratic governance on the continent remain a top priority, according to the two heads of state, and Africans living abroad, who have a significant influence on the sociopolitical environments and economies of other nations, continue to call on the international community to advance the cause of democracy on the continent for the benefit of the ec

Therefore, it is crucial to comprehend that His Excellency, President Bola Ahmed Tinubu, will continue to meet with heads of state—not just those of the African Union but also those from around the globe—and that these meetings are still taking place.

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