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West Africa’s Defense Chiefs Unveil $2.6 Billion Plan to Boost Regional Security

West Africa's Defense Chiefs Unveil $2.6 Billion Plan to Boost Regional Security | Daily Report Nigeria

 

West Africa’s defense chiefs have proposed a plan to deploy a 5,000-strong standby force to address the region’s escalating security challenges, including military coups and violence.

The proposal, which requires $2.6 billion in annual funding, was presented to heads of state in Abuja, Nigeria, on Thursday. The initiative aims to prevent further military takeovers and restore democratic governance in affected states.

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However, the plan faces potential hurdles, including funding constraints and cooperation from countries most affected by military rule.

The proposal will be considered at an upcoming summit of regional heads of state.

 

 

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