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Prredict on Polymarket: Another African Coup By October 1?

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The announcement came after the electoral body announced the 56 seeating president as the winner on a third-term rule continuing the 56years family rule.

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You can utilize the Polymarket Crypto Event Prediction Platform to make a bet on your opinion or belief on a possible coup happening soon before 1st October.

Wondering if there is gonna be a possible coup in Africa before 1st October, the answer is certainly not something we would know.

There is every chance that it will happen in countries like Cameroun, but not Rwanda. So you can use the Polymarket platform to bet your belief on a possible coup soon.

Timeline of coups in Africa in recent years.

  1. 2019 Sudanese coup d’état: On April 11, 2019, late in the afternoon, following mass demonstrations calling for his ouster, President Omar al-Bashir was deposed by the Sudanese Armed Forces. At that time, the army under the command of Ahmed Awad Ibn Auf overthrew the government and National Legislature and proclaimed a three-month state of emergency in the nation. This was followed by a two-year transitional period before an agreement was eventually reached.
  2. 2020 Malian coup d’état: On August 18, 2020, parts of the Malian Armed Forces initiated a mutiny, which was followed by a coup d’état. Several government officials were detained, including President Ibrahim Boubacar Keta, who resigned and dissolved the government. Following the 2012 coup, this was the country’s second coup in less than ten years.
  3. 2021 Malian coup d’état: On the evening of May 24, 2021, the Malian Army under the command of Vice President Assimi Gota seized President Bah N’daw, Prime Minister Moctar Ouane, and Minister of Defence Souleymane Doucouré. This was the nation’s third coup d’état in 10 years, following the military takeovers in 2012 and 2020, the latter of which occurred just nine months earlier.
  4. 2021 Tunisian self-coup: On July 25, 2021, the Hichem Mechichi government was overthrown by Tunisian President Kais Saied, who also suspended the Assembly of Representatives of the People and removed the immunity of its members. Described as a self-coup, the action followed a period of political unrest highlighted by a string of anti-Ennahda protests and the breakdown of Tunisia’s healthcare system in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
  5. 2021 Guinean coup d’état: Alpha Condé, the president of Guinea, was taken prisoner by the military on September 5, 2021. The leader of the special forces announced the dissolution of the government and constitution in a broadcast that was televised on state television by Mamady Doumbouya.
  6. 2021 Sudanese coup d’état: General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan and the Sudanese military staged a coup against the country’s government on October 25, 2021. Five top government officials, at least, were initially detained.
  7. January 2022 Burkina Faso coup d’état: On January 23, 2022, Burkina Faso experienced a coup d’état. On January 24, the military made a television announcement that President Roch Marc Christian Kaboré had been removed from office.
  8. September 2022 Burkina Faso coup d’état: On September 30, 2022, a coup d’état removed Interim President Paul-Henri Sandaogo Damiba from Burkina Faso due to his apparent failure to handle the nation’s Islamist insurgency. Just eight months earlier, a coup had brought Damiba to power. Captain Ibrahim Traoré assumed command in an acting capacity.
  9. 2023 Nigerien coup d’état: On July 26, 2023, the presidential guard of the Republic of the Niger detained President Mohamed Bazoum. Shortly after declaring the coup a success, presidential guard commander general Abdourahamane Tchiani assumed control of a new military junta.

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