after an incident, François Bozizé speaks

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Former Central African President François Bozizéa called a press conference on Saturday after a quarrel broke out between parts of his close guard and presidential guards during the funeral of the wife of Jean-Serge Bokassa, who died on November 10, 2020.

as reported from Bangui,

It is in a definite tone that François Bozizés is expressed to the press on Saturday. “When someone attacks you is to hurt you, you are in self-defense, you have to defend yourself. It is inevitable,” said the former Central African president, “do not think we will be free if we continue to provoke as long as we do not provoke “From Kampala until today, I have never addressed a clumsy word to the head of state, to the current regime.”

Our strength is a “political force”

François Bozize has condemned several incidents in recent weeks while some of his opponents accuse him of organizing his forces. “No, we have no strength, he assured. Our strength is political strength and that is what scares.” The political force known as Kwa na Kwa is a terrifying machine and it is what upsets the competitors in the next presidential and legislative elections. When it comes to talking about military strength, we do not yet intend to do so. But this force can very easily become a military force, it is the strength of the people. The strength of the people is there. ”

The presidency refused to contact the president when contacted.

Tensions surrounding the former president’s candidacy

Tensions are running high in Bangui pending a ruling by the Constitutional Court on the validity of François Bozizé’s candidacyin the elections.

President Faustin-Archange Touadéra traveled to Bouars on Saturday for the end of the Faca (Central African Armed Forces) training ceremony of the European Union’s training mission in the Central African Republic, as well as the official handover of ammunition depots for Bouar’s garrison.

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