The ECOWAS highest decision-making body Summit of heads of state is expected to storm Accra this week to discuss Guinea Eng Prof understands. Earlier ECOWAS foreign ministers led by Ghana's foreign minister embarked on a fact-finding mission to meet all the military leaders and Alpha Conde. Reporting on the visit, the Guinea newspaper quoted the foreign minister of Burkina Faso as saying, the final decision regarding the faith of Guinea's new military leaders and Alpha Conde will be high on the agenda at the Summit of ECOWAS Heads of states scheduled in Accra later this week.
Today (September 8), ECOWAS Chairman Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo conducted a virtual summit at which the Guinean issue was reviewed by Heads of State and leaders from the African Union and the United Nations. While the group has yet to issue a formal statement, Burkinabe Foreign Minister Alpha Barry, whose President Roch Marc Kabore was present at the meeting, confirmed the suspension, according to GhanaWeb's monitoring.
Guinea's participation in the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) has been suspended after the tactical upset that toppled President Alpha Conde, Burkina Faso's Foreign Minister Alpha Barry at the end of an ECOWAS exceptional Summit by means of Videoconferencing. The military coup which happened on September 6, 2021, which led to the fate of Guinea's President Alpha Condé in dismay is unclear after an unverified video showed him surrounded by soldiers, who said they had seized power.