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Corrupt politicians in Africa must be taught in the language they understand - Eng Prof

As you can see, the coup in Guinea is on its 5th day and as expected diplomatic sanctions from the West Africa regional grouping, ECOWAS has come into effect effective Wednesday.

That means Guineas membership of the block, is suspended as a punishment for deposing its dictator, Alpha Conde even as he stands accused of authoritarianism by human rights groups.

Experts say the regional body is only doing knee-jerk reactions as fears grip them as one of its autocrats was booted out of office in an unceremonial manner.

According to them, many countries in the region have similarities with the Guinean situation so they are left with no choice, but to stand in solidarity with Alpha Conde no matter how unpopular it will be for the dwindling reputation of ECOWAS.

However, as diplomacy continues behind the scenes for an amicable solution, a controversial social media commentator, Eng Prof appears to ask for the scope of the coup to be expanded in the continent.

In a write-up on Facebook on Tuesday, Eng Prof calls for more coup d'etats in Africa provided it will teach corrupt politicians in Africa a lesson.

According to him, that is the only red line they understand.

"Corrupt politicians in Africa must be taught in the language they understand."


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