Protesters Turn Presidential Villa In Mali Into A Playing Ground
Following the arrest of Mali’s President Ibrahim Boubakar Keïta by mutinying soldiers, the country’s Presidential Villa has been taken over by young protesters.
The protester (young boys and girls) after breaking into the villa, started having a pool party at the backyard.
Some even went as far as looting some valuables from the place. It’s really a crazy scene to behold.
It’s more like Power is transient and no one knows tomorrow or stays in power forever.
This comes after Mali’s military staged a coup and arrested the country’s president on Tuesday, August 18, 2020 after weeks of unrest.
Their actions began with gunfire inside a key military base, 15 kilometers from the country’s capital, Bamako.
The President’s arrest and detention by the Army sent wild jubilation across the country in the early hours of today.
The unrest which led to his arrest, was all about the president tendering his resignation.
In a new update a couple of minutes ago, the country’s President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita has appeared on state-tv to announce his resignation and the dissolution of the National Assembly.
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