‘Mutane sun wahala a Nijar kuma suna neman wanda za su ɗora wa laifi’

'Mutane sun wahala a Nijar kuma suna neman wanda za su ɗora wa laifi'

The news about my home nation of Niger does not frequently appear in newspapers all over the world, but that has changed since the 26th of July.

It all began when rumours of a coup attempt in the presidential palace began to circulate.

I got up right away and set to work. I started talking to people I know to find out the truth.

It didn’t take long; that evening, the head of the presidential palace’s security personnel appeared and declared that President Mohamed Bazoum is being protected.

The elected president’s administration was overturn.

Mutane sun wahala a Nijar kuma

The news about my home nation of Niger does not frequently appear in newspapers all over the world. But that has changed since the 26th of July.

It all began when rumours of a coup attempt in the presidential palace began to circulate.

I got up right away and set to work. I started talking to people I know to find out the truth.

It didn’t take long; that evening, the head of the presidential palace’s security personnel appeared. Declared that President Mohamed Bazoum is being protect. The elected president’s administration was overturn.

Every time I went to the market, I was oblige to cut my pocket.

People’s faces used to be visible to me in a bright light, but that is no longer the case. Although all parties are discussing a coup, only one is “leading” the conversation.

Anyone who dared to express their disapproval of the coup would face physical violence or an attack on their home.

  • I voluntarily give up my body whenever the army’s commanders want to arrest me.
  • This thought crosses my mind every night, but I am always cautious.
  • When I’m alone at home, I shut the door tightly and don’t answer the door when someone knocks.
  • I lead this life, but I still want to keep sharing the history of my nation with the rest of the world.
  • The words “Mutane sun wahala a Nijar kuma suna neman wanda za su ora wa laifi” are in the Hausa language.
  • Which is widely spoken in Nigeria and Niger, as well as other regions of West Africa.

The phrase approximately translates to “People are facing challenges in Nigeria. They need someone to lead them to a better life.”

This assertion tends to highlight the struggles or problems people are facing. In Nigeria and the need for capable leadership that can result in better quality of life.

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