The rebels are already fighting among themselves.
The Cameroonian government confirmed on Monday that the deposed leader was in its territory, but said it was “temporarily” as he will depart for another country.
Mr. Bozize’s whereabouts remained unclear after Seleka, a loose group which engaged his government in on-off fracas for months, eventually seized power weekend driving out Mr. Bozize and killing 13 South African soldiers who helped to defend the capital, Bangui, from falling.
Two days after the coup, there is already divisions among Seleka -meaning Alliance- which comprises of several rebel groups over who succeeds Mr. Bozize.
A claim by the leader of one of the factions, Michel Djotodia, that he considers himself the president, has been rejected by another factional leader, Nelson N’jadder, who has threatened to attack Mr. Djotodia for claiming to be head of state, the Associated Press reports.
Mr. N’jadder said the agreement was to oust CAR’s leader before considering transition.