Establishment of the Democratic-Republic of West Africa
With the capture of Abidjan, the Loyalists surrendered. Aysi Amaechi was appointed as the first president of the DRWA. Under Amaechi, the Senate of West Africa and the House of Representatives of West Africa. Also under Amaechi, new divisions of West Africa have been made. The military was also capped at 600,000 active personnel.
Other things to come are the formalization of the West African Republican Armed Forces (WARAF), the creation of the Department of War, the Department of Commons, and other departments.
Any Loyalists that are still following under the old regime will be arrested and face the newly established Supreme Court of West Africa.