We won’t release Alpha Conde- Guinea Junta tackles ECOWAS
Military says detained Ex-President Alpha Conde won’t be permitted to leave Guinea after the overthrow, challenging West African territorial body ECOWAS that they will not kowtow pressure.
Guinea’s military chiefs say they won’t let toppled President Alpha Conde to look for exile, after he was booted out of power Sunday September 5, 2921.
This was upon ECOWAS meeting with Guinea Coup Head Lt. Col. Mamady Doumbouya in Conakry.
According to Guinea Junta, they will not kowtow to pressures and called the bluff of ECOWAS in response to sanctions on coup makers.
“We won’t respect any pressure,” Guinea military junta said following the wrap up of the discussions. “Conde is and will stay in Guinea”.
President Alpha Conde was shown the exit by the Guinean junta led by Col. Doumbouya but was detained.
Prof. Conde was accused of economic mismanagement and human rights abuse.
He expressed shock at his overthrow when ECOWAS mission led by Ghana’s Affairs Minister Shirley Ayorkor Botchey.
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