Guinean lady who was drugged by doctors and "raped" is buried today;Doumbouya extends his condolence
We are all born innocent and good into this world. However other people and the environment changes us. Sometimes we turn cruel because we were raised to be that way, or taught to act like that. What we may perceive as cruel may not be for others.
Being taken to basic training is a big change in one's reality and surroundings. This first part of basic combat training is discipline, which apart from the physical stress, is to align you with a standard form of conduct that is fit for an active soldier.
The brouhaha ongoing in Guinea concerning its politics seems to have taken a different twist from the usual debate between the supporters of the coup and the followers of the ousted President. A third force has been introduced into the scene and it is dictating to the coup leader, Mamady Doumbouya on what to do.
It's my duty as a soldier to fight and die to save my country:Doumbouya assures Guineans on state TV
Any soldier must serve his nation and if need be, die on the battlefield. It takes courage and an enormous amount of love for a civilian to decide to join the armed forces. The time and costs needed to train a man with no combat experience into a combat-ready soldier along with the costs needed to outfit him with supplies such as armor, ammunition, food, etc.
Scholarship given to students are mainly on a merit basis and it is mostly awarded to needy but brilliant students. Specific funds are set aside by various governments to support students who have performed brilliantly well in curricular and non-curricular activities. Learners with the potentials that they have exhibited in school competitions are also recognized when it comes to assisting them.
African politicians always appoints their cronies who live rich at the expense of the poor tax payers and it is not surprising many of their supporters oppose any radical change which seeks to remove their leaders from office. The political atmosphere looks like a farm, everybody making his effort to reap what they have not sown and leaving the country impoverished.
The army, supposedly loyal to its commander-in-chief in Guinea, West Africa, said on Sunday it had arrested President Alpha Conde and dissolved the government. Colonel Mamadi Dumbuya, leader of the Guinean National Army Special Forces Group, led the rebellion and arrested President Alpha Conde.