Breaking: Resistance Leaders Suspected Of Violating Public Order In Guinea

Last updated on September 11th, 2021 at 08:14 am

Resistance member of Guinea has been charged with violating public order in the country. Since the election in the country opposition has demanded the authenticity of the election that saw President Conde win the election for a third term in office.

Cellou Balde, a previous individual from parliament, on Friday handed himself over at the police central command where Ousmane Gaoual Diallo, Abdoulaye Bah and Etienne Soropogui were being held since Thursday.

Four of them are authorities in the main resistance, the UFDG, which is going by Conde’s principle challenger in the political race, Cellou Dalein Diallo.

President Alpha Conde has been at logger heads with the opposition who accused him of been an arthoritarian and a tyrant. The opposition further said he didn’t honour the rule of democracy.