Côte d’ivoire has started to pay muitende military
The Ivory coast government has on Tuesday made a start with the pay of soldiers who earlier this month two days, the mutiny beat. That the leaders of the uprising said on Tuesday.
The payment is an attempt to put an end to the unrest in the country.
Soldiers came on January 6, in the second city of the country, Bouaké, in rebellion. Soon, the mutiny and saw the government forced to give in to the demands of the mutineers.
One of those demands was the payment of a bonus of nearly $ 20,000 for each military.
The government refuses to provide details, and the minister of Defence, Alain-Richard Donwahi would not confirm that payments have been made.