Mali Expels Spokesperson of the United Nation’s Peacekeeping Force Over Post on Twitter

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Mali has expelled the Spokesperson, Olivier Salgado, of the United Nation’s Peacekeeping Force in the Country over posts he made on Twitter.

This was disclosed by the Country’s Foreign Ministry on Wednesday.

According to the Ministry, the issue over Salgado relates to 49 troops from Ivory Coast who were detained after landing at Bamako airport on July 10.

The Ministry accused Salgado of declaring without any proof that the Malian authorities had been previously informed of their arrival.

Recall that the authorities have accused the troops of being mercenaries and had no mission orders or authorization to enter the Country.

Written by: Helen Obih

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