Coup leader in our neighboring country Guinea has deployed millitary men and women to teach in abandoned schools in the country. Following the Coup d'etat in Guinea, many African leaders have condemned the act as not good to the African continent but many people also believe the fact that many leaders are not working properly for the country, the Coup d'etat will be the best way to solve this issue.
Following the Coup d'etat which has happened in the Guinea a lot of government officials have been arrested and summon by the millitary man Mamady Duombouya and his soldiers. The Coup d'etat which happened in the Guinea has made a lot of fear about the nation but some citizens in the country jubilated after their president was overthrown.
A Coupé d'etat has occurred in Guinea a country in the West of Africa on Sunday September 5, 2021 and the tactical armed force has assumed control over a definitive force of the President, Alpha Conde prompting his capture and the troopers and all boundaries to the nation been shut down.
Guinea is a country found on the western part of Africa just as Ghana is also found on the western part of Africa. We hear of an unfortunate event yesterday where the president of Guinea was captured by the millitary dissolving the current government and constitution. We want to see the possible effects of this coup on Ghana since it's a neighboring country and part of ECOWAS.
On 18 August 2020, the Malian Armed Forces began a mutiny. Soldiers on pick-up trucks stormed the Soundiata military base in the town of Kati, where gunfire was exchanged before weapons were distributed from the armory and senior officers arrested.Tanks and armoured vehicles were seen on the town's streets, as well as military trucks heading for the capital, Bamako. The soldiers detained several government officials including the President Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta who resigned and dissolved the government.This
The Former President of the Republic of Ghana, President John Agyekum Kuffour, has stated that the Western Togoland group is a Coup D'etat group. The Former President, John Agyekum Kuffour, speaking on an interview at Oman FM, stated that the separatists, the Western Togoland, is a Coup D'etat group, which needs not to be entertained by the people of Ghana. He said, although anyone would love to be in power, but people must take the right channel to attain it. "I will plead… Everyone loves to have power but