Alpha Conde who is now the Former President of the republic of Guinea succeeded by a military coup leader by name Col Mamady Doumbouya is now in tragedy following Mamady's swear in Into office of the president.
The president was believed to have failed to leave the Office of the president for a new government to take over after his time in the office was over.
Picture Making waves on social media identifies Alpha Conde watching Mamady gets sworn in into office. This left him emotional since the former president couldn't believed what he was seeing.
He was spotted sitting quietly in his house watching Mamady's swear in Into office of the president.
Actually we can't confirm or tell what he was actually thinking at the moment but believed to be thinking of reversing the time if it was possible and this is believed to be the day Alpha Conde will never forget in his life
This image after hitting the social media sparked a lot of reactions and debates from different people in different angles. People reacting to this lamented that, they wished some happens in Ghana.
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