Timi Frank, former Deputy National Publicity Secretary of the All Progressives Congress (APC), has cautioned Nigeria and other African countries to learn the lessons from the political situation in Mali.
The Gazelle News.com had reported that Mali President, Ibrahim Keita, and his government resigned after a military coup on Tuesday.
The Malian soldiers had stated whythe president was removed from office and also revealed their next line of action.
Reacting, Frank took to his Twitter handle commending the Malian Military and the people of Mali for their courageous ambition to chase the dictator out of power, adding that democracy and power belong to the people.
He tweeted: “I commend the Malians for their courageous drive to push away a Dictator out of power.
“I also commend the Malian Military, they’ve proven to be with the people.
“Nigeria and other African countries should learn from the Malians style, Democracy and Power belong to the people.”