For the first time in a period, the #fixthecountry activists seem to be in a disagreement with one another on the issue of military takeover that recently took place in Guinea over the weekend. News defused all over the world about the Coup in Guinea, and that has sparked so much reactions over the African continent. But one thing that might be obvious is that, it has also sprung up fear in the African leaders. While people are jubilating, others are of the view that such is not the best alternative in the 21st century. To add his voice to this incident is the leader of the fixthecountry group, Oliver Barker Vormawor. He has described the coup as a welcome news in a social media post below, and obviously received hot backlashes from all angles.
To the surprise of many, his core member and follower, Captain Smart has condemned such comments. "Leader, for this one, I strongly disagree with you. We are not for violence and anything violent is what I am against. So please I cannot agree with you, leader", Captain Smart condemned.
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