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Thursday, 17 March 2016

Niger presidential competitor fall sick in front of keep running off

Niger's debilitated presidential competitor Hama Amadou, who was imprisoned for four months, was cleared Wednesday to Paris for therapeutic treatment days before a keep running off vote, an assistant said.

Amadou, 66, confronts officeholder President Mahamadou Issoufou in a moment round vote Sunday in the wake of battling from in jail subsequent to being imprisoned on shadowy child trafficking charges in November.

He was flown before Wednesday by helicopter to the capital Niamey from Filingue, the town where he was imprisoned around 180km away, said Ousseini Salatou, representative for the COPA 2016 restriction coalition.

Amadou's assistant Abdou Rafa told AFP that "the plane for Paris had removed" a little before 1500 GMT.

There was no quick affirmation from the powers however late Tuesday Justice Minister and government representative Marou Amadou said Amadou would be "emptied" from Filingue because of an "unending sickness he has languished over three years."

The COPA 2016 representative said Amadou would likely be admitted to the American Hospital in the west Paris suburb of Neuilly.

Amadou's specialist Harouna Yacouba was captured on Tuesday on grounds of "false news" in the wake of telling a few TV stations his patient had been hospitalized with "compounding wellbeing."


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