“Former Sierra Leone President Charged with Treason: ECOWAS Grants Asylum in Nigeria”

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Former President Ernest Bai Koroma of Sierra Leone has been charged with treason and related counts after being indicted in a failed coup in the country. The government of Sierra Leone has accused him of being involved in the coup attempt, which is a serious offense with severe consequences. Treason is punishable by life imprisonment in Sierra Leone.

In a recent development, the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) has secured asylum for Koroma in Nigeria. Asylum is a form of protection granted to individuals who are facing persecution or are at risk in their home country. This means that Koroma will be allowed to stay in Nigeria under the protection of ECOWAS. This decision by ECOWAS raises questions about the diplomatic implications and potential impact on the political landscape of Sierra Leone.

Source: Samartex Greengold

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