One of many essential leaders of the Central African insurrection, ex-president François Bozizé, has left Chad the place he was exiled for Guinea-Bissau, which has agreed to host him, the Chadian overseas minister introduced on Monday.
Mr. Bozizé, whose fall in 2013 to a insurgent motion had triggered a civil warfare, had taken refuge in N’Djamena on the finish of 2021, within the face of the recapture of a lot of the Central African territory, within the arms of assorted armed teams, by the troopers of President Faustin Archange Touadéra.
However his presence in Chad, whereas his Coalition of Patriots for Change (CPC), the primary insurgent motion, pursues a guerrilla warfare within the north of the nation, had significantly strained relations between the 2 neighboring nations, with Bangui accusing N’Djamena of letting the insurrection function from its territory.
“François Bozizé left Chad on March 3,” in accordance with an settlement made attainable throughout a “tripartite assembly between Angola, Chad and the Central African Republic in Luanda on February 17,” stated Mahamat Saleh Annadif, the pinnacle of Chadian diplomacy. “Guinea-Bissau had agreed to take him in, and he has been there since March 3, the minister added.
“Bozizé had come to Chad on the request of Angola and after an settlement with the Central African authorities,” Saleh Annadif stated, including that “developments have proven that the Central African Republic is now not for his presence in Chad as a neighboring nation.
Mr. Bozizé, the CPC’s basic coordinator, arrived on March 3 from N’Djamena, confirmed an adviser to President Umaro Sissoco Embalo who requested anonymity, including: “It’s purely on a humanitarian foundation that he has been welcomed.
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