Prime Minister Choguel Kokalla Maiga has been forcibly given rest by his doctor.
It has also been said from the PMO that he can return to work from next week.
Troop rotation by UN peacekeeping missions will resume on Monday.
Bamko. After months of hard work, Mali’s Prime Minister Choguel Maiga has been ordered to rest by his doctor. This information has been given by his office. While a consultant denied media reports that he was hospitalized after a stroke. After that he was advised to take rest. “After 14 months without a break, the Prime Minister, Head of Government, Choguel Kokalla Maiga, has been forcibly rested by his doctor,” his office posted on its Facebook page. Also it is said, “Wow Aguz eats his less logger again than Waf.” The Paris-based newspaper Jun Afrique, citing sources close to him, was the first to report that Maga had suffered a stroke.
Mali’s ruling junta named former opposition leader Maga as prime minister of the government it led in June last year. The Janata came to power in a coup in August 2020 and promised to hold democratic elections in 2024. At the same time, the movement of troops in Mali by the United Nations Peacekeeping Mission will resume on Monday. The spokesman of the mission gave this information on Saturday. A month later, Malian authorities suspended him and accused foreign troops of entering the country without permission. On 14 July Mali’s ruling junta suspended the rotation of troops for the nearly 12,000-strong mission after it arrested 49 soldiers from Ivory Coast who it said had entered the country without permission.
Ivory Coast denied this. Meanwhile, UN experts said in a recently published report that Mali’s armed forces reportedly conducted an operation with “white soldiers” near the border with Mauritania in March, one of several operations in the country. there was one. At least 33 civilians were shot and burnt to death. (from input language)
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First Published: 14 August 2022, 15:46 IST