Will the death of Chad's president create a security vacuum?

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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