Nigeria’s former President Olusegun Obasanjo was interviewed by the BBC and said that former Libyan leader Muammar Ghaddafi’s downfall has led to an increase in Islamic extremism in Africa – including in Mali.
The west may have to review their approach in supporting regime change in Arab states, Syria is a case in poit
Perhaps the West should stop supporting “regime change” (aka deposing the leaders of other countries who refuse to play ball).
Obansanjo really got it wrong this time, personally i believe it was only a matter of time before africa started experiencing such an escalation in insecurity and Religious violence as a result of the Oldest plague in Africa- Corruption and Bad Governance! moreso, our leaders n past leaders should stop shifting blames and for once accept the basic truth that they have failed us in many ways! between Osama and Ghadafi who cares??? mesctheeeeeeew!! this clowns are both dead and those who pursue the same course would face the same predicament of their predecessors.
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