Chad reopens borders as it adjusts curfew
Chad has formally announced the reopening of its borders by the transitional military counsel.
The military council earlier announced the closure of the land and air boarders in the country following the death of President Idriss Deby.
The country’s military had also imposed a nationwide curfew.
However, in a statement on Wednesday the military council’s spokesman Azem Bermandoa Agouna, said the borders have been reopened.
He also revealed that the curfew imposed after the veteran leader’s death on Tuesday would now start from 8pm instead of 6 pm.
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