President Muhammad Buhari has revealed the outcome of the virtual meeting he had with other ECOWAS leaders on the situation in Mali.
The president revealed the outcome of the meeting in a statement released on his Twitter handle on Monday evening.
President Buhari said ECOWAS leaders made good progress in their efforts to bring a lasting solution to the political situation in Mali.
"I appeal to all the Malian stakeholders to consider the proposals for the reform of the Constitutional Court and for the resolution of the issue of 31 seats at the National Assembly. It is also important that all Malians embrace the call for a Government of National Unity." The president posted on his Twitter handle.
The president said compromise and concession are necessary in order to return peace to the country.
The ECOWAS leaders had earlier visit the troubled nation on Thursday after sending a special envoy led by Former President Goodluck Jonathan to mediate for peace in the West African country.
Mali has been in crisis since March following the controversial Parliamentary elections. Many of the citizens want their president to resign from peace could return to the country.
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