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Photos Of Guinea’s 83-year-old President, Alpha Condé In Military Custody by trendysturvs(f): 4:44pm On Sep 05
Earlier we reported the coup currently happening in West African country, Guinea. The coup was successful and the president, Alpha Condé has been arrested with more photos of him in military custody hitting the internet.

https://tsbnews.com/2021/09/photos-of-guineas-83-year-old-president-alpha-conde-in-military-custody/

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Re: Photos Of Guinea’s 83-year-old President, Alpha Condé In Military Custody by DubaiLandLord: 4:45pm On Sep 05
This country is one of the poorest and unstable country in West Africa.

Thank God a military coup is not possible in Nigeria again

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Re: Photos Of Guinea’s 83-year-old President, Alpha Condé In Military Custody by overdrive(m): 4:46pm On Sep 05
Very good news.
Pikin wey talk say him mama no go sleep obviously will remain awake as well.
This is a message to all these sit tight old men that refused to retire.
Museveni you are next.

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Re: Photos Of Guinea’s 83-year-old President, Alpha Condé In Military Custody by excellencyabia1: 4:46pm On Sep 05
When elders fail to be elders indeed

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Re: Photos Of Guinea’s 83-year-old President, Alpha Condé In Military Custody by Immatex(m): 4:47pm On Sep 05
Looking back to the things he will miss. African leaders deserve no dignity because they have used their offices to bring indignity to their people.

The army has the moral right to reset the game if and when the country loses its compass as is the case in Guinea and home!

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Re: Photos Of Guinea’s 83-year-old President, Alpha Condé In Military Custody by Immatex(m): 4:48pm On Sep 05
DubaiLandLord:
This country is one of the poorest and unstable country in West Africa.

Thank God a military coup is not possible in Nigeria again

Why is it impossible?

Are we any better than Guinea is?

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Re: Photos Of Guinea’s 83-year-old President, Alpha Condé In Military Custody by emorse(m): 4:49pm On Sep 05
I'm sure he didn't see this coming. Otherwise he would have disappeared like his Afghan counterpart.

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Re: Photos Of Guinea’s 83-year-old President, Alpha Condé In Military Custody by delzbaba(m): 4:50pm On Sep 05
They should just shoot him in the back of his head to prevent AU bullshit,,unto Uganda next..

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Re: Photos Of Guinea’s 83-year-old President, Alpha Condé In Military Custody by Fahdiga(m): 4:50pm On Sep 05
Ok
Re: Photos Of Guinea’s 83-year-old President, Alpha Condé In Military Custody by Davash222(m): 4:51pm On Sep 05
This man is 83


Tinubu is 69
grin grin

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Re: Photos Of Guinea’s 83-year-old President, Alpha Condé In Military Custody by BKayy: 4:52pm On Sep 05
delzbaba:
They should just shoot him in the back of his head to prevent AU bullshit,,unto Uganda next..
Next will be the Guinea Bissau or Gambia
Re: Photos Of Guinea’s 83-year-old President, Alpha Condé In Military Custody by TMKsouth: 4:52pm On Sep 05
trendysturvs:
Earlier we reported the coup currently happening in West African country, Guinea. The coup was successful and the president, Alpha Condé has been arrested with more photos of him in military custody hitting the internet.

https://tsbnews.com/2021/09/photos-of-guineas-83-year-old-president-alpha-conde-in-military-custody/

Is he a good or bad guy?
Re: Photos Of Guinea’s 83-year-old President, Alpha Condé In Military Custody by PMBtill2023(m): 4:53pm On Sep 05
Oh God,pls when will this happen to buhari?
Re: Photos Of Guinea’s 83-year-old President, Alpha Condé In Military Custody by PMBtill2023(m): 4:54pm On Sep 05
Oh God,pls when will this happen to Buhari?
Re: Photos Of Guinea’s 83-year-old President, Alpha Condé In Military Custody by Karlovych: 4:57pm On Sep 05
grin grin grin While the cocaine addict is still 69 after several centuries.

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Re: Photos Of Guinea’s 83-year-old President, Alpha Condé In Military Custody by ezugegere(m): 4:58pm On Sep 05
Military coup is no longer fashionable... They should have done that at the poles
Re: Photos Of Guinea’s 83-year-old President, Alpha Condé In Military Custody by Chithauri(m): 5:29pm On Sep 05
ezugegere:
Military coup is no longer fashionable... They should have done that at the poles
Is it because america say so. how is military no more fashionable? Britain that even like to do oversabi in Nigeria affair still have a king. to hell with African democracy.

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Re: Photos Of Guinea’s 83-year-old President, Alpha Condé In Military Custody by privaldo: 5:34pm On Sep 05
BKayy:

Next will be the Guinea Bissau or Gambia

Gambia doesn't have a dictator, I think you meant to say Gabon.

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Re: Photos Of Guinea’s 83-year-old President, Alpha Condé In Military Custody by BKayy: 5:42pm On Sep 05
privaldo:


Gambia doesn't have a dictator, I think you meant to say Gabon.
Thanks for the correction.
I meant Ali Bongo's Gabon.
Most people of Gabon still believe that he is an Igbo man

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Re: Photos Of Guinea’s 83-year-old President, Alpha Condé In Military Custody by privaldo: 5:44pm On Sep 05
BKayy:

Thanks for the correction.
I meant Ali Bongo's Gabon.
Most people of Gabon still believe that he is an Igbo man

I don't think Gabon's military will attempt another coup after the one of 2019 failed. I would be placing my bet on Togo, the people are already tired and would fully support the military.

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Re: Photos Of Guinea’s 83-year-old President, Alpha Condé In Military Custody by BKayy: 5:46pm On Sep 05
privaldo:


I don't Gabon's military will attempt another coup after the one of 2019 failed. I would be placing my bet on Togo, the people are already tired and would fully support the military.
No, because the people of Togo are more fixated on the events of Nigeria and Ghana than their personal problems.
Things like this requires pride and self confidence which I am afraid, the people of Togo lack.

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Re: Photos Of Guinea’s 83-year-old President, Alpha Condé In Military Custody by Tokskob2008: 5:47pm On Sep 05
Look how humble he has become. I still maintain he should be shot 24 times and hanged in the streets for other intending despot like him to see. Nigerian Army aren't this brave anymore else this should have been replicated here too so that the likes of Femi Adeshina and Garba Sheu can have a taste of what suffering is just as the masses are having it too right now.

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Re: Photos Of Guinea’s 83-year-old President, Alpha Condé In Military Custody by Tokskob2008: 5:51pm On Sep 05
privaldo:


I don't Gabon's military will attempt another coup after the one of 2019 failed. I would be placing my bet on Togo, the people are already tired and would fully support the military.
Democracy in Africa only favours the people in power and not the citizens. I'm beginning to think those days of military rule were much better than this so called democracy.

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Re: Photos Of Guinea’s 83-year-old President, Alpha Condé In Military Custody by wordcat(m): 5:52pm On Sep 05
Good news

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Re: Photos Of Guinea’s 83-year-old President, Alpha Condé In Military Custody by privaldo: 5:55pm On Sep 05
BKayy:

No, because the people of Togo are more fixated on the events of Nigeria and Ghana than their personal problems.
Things like this requires pride and self confidence which I am afraid, the people of Togo lack.

The Togolese will prefer migrating to Nigeria or Ghana than to stay and fight back, so you are correct. But I think the growing enlightenment going on in the country will topple their government.

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Re: Photos Of Guinea’s 83-year-old President, Alpha Condé In Military Custody by Daniel058(m): 5:56pm On Sep 05
In my opinion it's a welcome development...we too get wicked leaders in Africa .


Instead of those Old Men to resign honorably , They chose to be there till they re disgraced out of office

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Re: Photos Of Guinea’s 83-year-old President, Alpha Condé In Military Custody by BKayy: 5:59pm On Sep 05
privaldo:


The Togolese will prefer migrating to Nigeria or Ghana than to stay and fight back, so you are correct. But I think the growing enlightenment going on in the country will topple their government.
The Togolese don't just care about that.
They are more focused on bridging themselves with Yorubas than that.
The only people I will say a serious enlightenment is going through in their side is Burkina Faso. The people have started glorifying and demifying Thomas Sankara (a legendary coupists) and places things like this happen, many will try to fill into th persons shoes and that shoe is a Coup followed by reforms, indigenisation and self pride
Re: Photos Of Guinea’s 83-year-old President, Alpha Condé In Military Custody by privaldo: 5:59pm On Sep 05
Tokskob2008:

Democracy in Africa only favours the people in power and not the citizens. I'm beginning to think those days of military rule were much better than this so called democracy.


Democracy will always be better Military rule, at least we can question the authorities in a democratic government. Some African countries are enjoying the dividends of democracy, while some are not. What we need are powerful institutions that can't be swayed by those in power, and you will love democracy.

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Re: Photos Of Guinea’s 83-year-old President, Alpha Condé In Military Custody by Buckeyemedia1: 6:02pm On Sep 05
BKayy:

Thanks for the correction.
I meant Ali Bongo's Gabon.
Most people of Gabon still believe that he is an Igbo man
He is, he was adopted by Omar Bongo.

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Re: Photos Of Guinea’s 83-year-old President, Alpha Condé In Military Custody by dasparrow: 6:02pm On Sep 05
Well, well, well. I guess its time for him to face the music. I am tired of sit tight African leaders.
Re: Photos Of Guinea’s 83-year-old President, Alpha Condé In Military Custody by Adarich(m): 6:03pm On Sep 05
Can someone enlighten me on some of his offenses. Please
Re: Photos Of Guinea’s 83-year-old President, Alpha Condé In Military Custody by privaldo: 6:04pm On Sep 05
BKayy:

The Togolese don't just care about that.
They are more focused on bridging themselves with Yorubas than that.
The only people I will say a serious enlightenment is going through in their side is Burkina Faso. The people have started glorifying and demifying Thomas Sankara (a legendary coupists) and places things like this happen, many will try to fill into th persons shoes and that shoe is a Coup followed by reforms, indigenisation and self pride

Can a coup save Burkina Faso? They are already plagued with terrorism in some parts of the nation and its fast spreading to other parts of the country. A coup will only give the insurgents the chance to capitalize on the chaos that comes with it.

On another opinion, I think ECOWAS may not allow a second coup in the region after the Mali coup so that it doesn't become a norm. So both Togo and Burkina Faso may not be resetted through coups, if not we would start seeing the rebirth of the mid 60s, and 70s in West Africa again.

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