Coup d'état (Abantuguo)

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Wɔatwerɛ nsɛm wei ɛwɔ Asante kasa mu
Wɔatwerɛ nsɛm wei ɛwɔ Asante kasa mu
Wɔatwerɛ nsɛm wei ɛwɔ Asante kasa mu

A coup d'état (/ˌkuːdeɪˈtɑː/ (tie); yɛ French kasa a ɛne (amanbɔe), a ne tiawa mu no, woka no coup wo brofo kasa mu [1] ( ne nkyerɛ mu ankasaa ne aban tuguo).Egyina hɔ ma bere a wotu aban bi gu anaa sɛ wɔde wɔn nsa to aban bi tumi so. Mpen pii no, ɛyɛ kwati kwan so a amanyɔkuo afa bi, atuatefoɔ , asraafo anaa ɔhyɛfoɔ bi nam so de tu aban gu. Nhoma mimfoɔ ka sɛ, abantuguo akɔ so sɛ wɔn a wotu aban gu no kura tumi mu nna nsɔn [2].

  1. COUP | meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
  2. Global instances of coups from 1950 to 2010: A new dataset - Jonathan M Powell, Clayton L Thyne, 2011 (sagepub.com)