Guinea Coup Leader to form govt in 2 weeks
Guinea Coup Leader Mamady Doumbouya has outlined far-reaching plans to form a union government in two weeks.
Doumbouya disclosed this at a press conference today.
Doumbouya who ousted President Alpha Conde out of power on Sunday has been meeting civil social organisations and other groups of Guinea on his agenda to constitute a new government for the Francophone West African country.
Meanwhile, International Relations Expert at Legon Center for International Affairs and Diplomacy, LECIAD Dr. Ken Ahorsu is asking ECOWAS to engage the people of Guinea to fix the current political instability.
“It’s not a matter of sitting in the comfort zones of Accra or Nigeria and issuing threats to the coup leader in Guinea. The phenomenon where someone feels that he is too powerful and will misbehave against the masses is unfortunate”.
“I expect the AU and ECOWAS to be working together to fix the instability Guinea is currently facing”.
Source: africaneditors.con/African Editors
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