Cote d’Iviore prime minister, Daniel Duncan, on Monday, announced that he and his entire government were stepping down.
According to report, a cabinet reshuffle had already been expected, but it was delayed because of a mutiny by soldiers over pay, local media reported.
A new cabinet was expected to be in place by Tuesday, a report added.
The country’s soldiers mutinied for two days last week over pay and other allowances.
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