Violence errupts in Niger Republic after the ruling party candidate Mohamed Bazoum was declared the winner in the country’s presidential election runoff.
Bazoum faced former President Mahamane Ousmane in a presidential election runoff held on February 21.
However, violence began in the country after Bazoum Mohammed of PNDS tarayya was announced as the winner of the just concluded presidential runoff.
The 60-year-old Bazoum, had led the first round with 39.33 percent of the vote, falling short of the 50 percent plus one needed to win the first round.
According to the commission, Ousmane received 17 percent of the votes cast and Former prime ministers Seini Oumarou and Albade Abouba respectively came third and fourth with 8.95 percent and 7.07 percent of the ballots.
See photos from the violence below:
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