Guinea Coup d’etat has seen the military neutralizing and arresting President Alpha Conde ENigeria Newspaper is reporting that.
President Alpha Conde whose photos and videos you see here does not find things amusing or simple right now following the Guinea coup d’etat.
Alpha Conde is the President of Guinea who has been serving as President since 2010, he is currently 83 years old.
According to reports, Conde was kidnapped by soldiers who swept the country in what appears to be Guinea coup d’etat move.
In the early hours of Sunday, they attacked his Presidential Palace in Conakry, whisking him away to an unknown destination.
Remember that Mali suffered a similar fate in August 2020, and the country has struggled with stability ever since, despite the military junta commanded by Col. Goita remaining in charge.
One can only hope that African leaders would rise to the occasion and put a stop to this threat. By bringing the threat to a halt, the leaders must be proactive in ensuring that the people are provided true governance.
Government and government activities have come to the people’s doorsteps thanks to the internet and social media.
There is nothing hidden from the public any longer, regardless matter how secretive or secret government officials make it.
People are becoming more informed about their culture, country, and government. They are more knowledgeable than the government believes.
It is past time for African leaders to examine their souls. This might be the start of something new. It might be a watershed moment.
Tensions loom across the continent, particularly in the West African sub-region, which is nearly completely engulfed by terror organizations and ethnic militias vying for power and attention.
It began in Mali and has since spread over the region like a wild hammattan fire.
Meanwhile, the military coup in Guinea has sent shivers down the spines of several African presidents, who are now focusing their attention on their country’s military hierarchy, according to ENigeria Newspaper sources.
World and African leaders, including Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari, have condemned the coup in Guinea and called for the military to hand over authority to the civilian government immediately.
ENigeria Newspaper is monitoring situation following the Guinea Coup d’etat and will be publishing as events unfold.