President Idriss Déby died on 19th April 2021 while fighting rebels who wanted to overthrow his government. The late President died of wounds that he succumbed to when he was commanding his army in the war against rebels in the North. He had been in power for 30 years.
Photo courtesy//Hissene Habre A former Chadian President has been buried after dying from Covid-19 this week, a ceremony that sources say was attended by around 200 people. Hissene Habre, the ex-president for Chad was serving a life sentence in prison before meeting his death where reports indicate that he died from Covid.
Today sad news have circulated online reporting of sudden death of President of Chad Idriss Deby who succumbed to gun shot injuries.The head of state who was on his 6th term following recent elections was reported to have badly been injured while his army engaged in exchange with northern rebels.
The late Chadian President Idriss Deby/Photo Courtesy 8 years after President Uhuru Kenyatta became the second Kenyatta to occupy the presidency, another African nation will see a second generation president from the same family.The circumstances are slightly different with President Idriss Deby having led Chad for 30 years before dying on the battle field on Tuesday April 20th 2021.
President Idriss Déby died on April 19, 2021 while fighting rebels who wanted to overthrow his government. The late president died of wounds he succumbed to while commanding his army in the war against the rebels in the North. He had been in power for 30 years.
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It's a gloomy morning after the news of the great president's death. Former Chadian President Hissene Habre died in Senegal while serving a life sentence for war crimes and crimes against humanity, according to the Senegalese judicial ministry. He was 79 years old at the time.
Africa was mourning again following the death of Chad's President Colonel Idriss Debby.Former Chad's head state died after sustaining injuries in frontline while fighting with rebels.His son Colonel Mahamat Idriss Deby was appointed to fill in his Father's shoes becoming the youngest head of state in Africa.
The Chadian nationals have been left in awe after the report on the demise of their President Idriss Debby who has been in leverage for 30 years.The president sustained injuries while sanctioning his army in battling against the rebels in the north during the weekend.The president later passed on April 20, 2021.
The recently re-elected Chad President Idriss Deby died on Tuesday from injuries he had suffered on the frontline while he was commanding his army against Rebels in the north of the country.The 68-year-old president was one of the longest-serving leaders in Africa, after having ruled the country for three decades since 1990.
On April 20th the president of Chad, Idriss Deby, died while visiting the front-line troops in the country’s north.Exact details of the cause of death were not disclosed but it is said that he suffered serious wounds when his soldiers were battling the rebels.
Chad President Idriss Deby who was re-elected recently for his sixth term succumbed to fatal gunshot wounds when he went to fight together with his soldiers at the frontline against rebels from Libya.He recently won national elections by 80%.The rebels protested the results, causing serious war and insecurity in Chad.
Following the death of Chad President Idris Derby and immediate ascension of power by his son Mahamat Idriss Deby Itno, France acted swiftly to oversee smooth transition of power to safeguard its interests.French Foreign Minister Le Drian had earlier warned that delay in transitional of military council should not be limited and should happen immediately.
After the death of their President, the Army in Chad has suspended the Constitution, dissolved government parliament and local authorities, and formed a military council led by late president Deby's 37-year-old son and four-star general Mahamat Kaka Idriss Deby.He will be head of state for 18 months.
Rebels who allegedly injured the late Chadian President Idriss Deby (pictured above) have reportedly issued a warning seeking to change the burial date for the fallen president.Idriss Deby, who has been a Chadian president for over 30 years, succumbed to injuries that were sustained from the battle with the rebels calling themselves FACT on Tuesday.
Photo courtesy/ Mahamat Idriss Deby Chaos has erupted in Chad that has seen several people injured while two others losing their lives, Reuters reports.This is barely days after the nation burying their president who died early last week from injuries that were sustained from a battle between the Chadian military and Libya based rebels, FACT.
Reports of the death of the president of Chad the late Idris Derby emerged online throwing African nations into mourning.Sources revealed that the late Idris succumbed to injuries during a clash with rebels in the battle fight.The shocking updates were confirmed by Chad army spokesman General Azam Aguona.
The Chadian army spokesman says President Idriss Deby died from injuries sustained in fighting at the frontline where he was fighting against rebels.His death came shortly after provincional elections which projected he would win a sixth term in office as the Chadian President.Chad's military council led by the 37 year old son of the late President Idriss Deby Mahamat Idriss proposes the son to become the interim head of state which is against the Chadian constitution.