It was an emotional moment seeing Alpha Conde watching the swearing in ceremony of Mamady Doumbouya to replace him as President. A person who could watch his favorite big screen TV was seen watching the function on a very small TV set.
A picture circulating on social media was also shared by an authentic Ghanaian media house Atinka TV .
This picture sadly saw former Guinea President Alpha Conde sitting down quietly in a chair watching the swearing in of Mamady Doumbouya. One could only imagine what was running through the minds of Alpha Conde.
Perhaps, he may be saying " I wish i could turn back the hands of the clock and time". Many people will however tell him that it's too late.
Many people preferred that he had left office to hand over peacefully to another person. Here we are with him ousted out with the barrel of the gun.
How sad. This should be a lesson to all African leaders. Don't wait to watch a swearing in ceremony on TV. Be there live and colored as a Statesman
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