Goodluck Ebele Jonathan Celebrates Success As Mali Inaugurate Constitutional Court.
A major milestone have been achieved by the ECOWAS_cedeao for peace mission to Mali, headed by Nigeria's ex president, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, who arrived Bamako Mali yesterday in other to continue the set goal of mediation by ECOWAS_cedeao, in other to resolve the sociopolitical crisis in Mali.
The team who's initial arrival was announced by the former president and leader of the ECOWAS_cedeao to Mali on Wednesday 23 July, have gone a step forward in restoring peace in Mali. This step has seen the restoration of the country's constitutional Court which was dissolved a month ago.
Just as he did to announce their arrival in Mali, the former Nigerian president took to his verified twitter account to express the pleasure of his teams recent achievement in restoring peace and progress back to Mali. He wrote
"I'm pleased to have witnessed the inauguration of Mali's constitutional court, a month after its dissolution. Reconstitution of the Court is an important step in the roadmap drawn by the Auth of ECOWAS Heads of State & Govt for the resolution of the political crisis in Mali."
Below are some reactions from twitter users:
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