The death of Chad’s president is throwing the country and its neighbours into disarray.
Although Idriss Deby led with an authoritarian grip for 30 years, western nations saw him as a crucial ally.
Deby was killed near the northern border with Libya while leading troops battling a rebel group.
The military has appointed his son as interim leader.
So what’s next for Chad and the fight for stability in the Sahel?
Presenter: Mohammed Jamjoom
Mahamoud Adam Bechir – Chad’s Ambassador to Russia.
Waleed Madibo – Sudan Policy Forum.
Emmanuel Kwesi Aning – Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre.
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