Political Crisis

Guinea: Opposition Must Relax After Violent Protest – Condé

Last updated on September 11th, 2021 at 08:19 am

President of Guinea Alpha Condé participated in a assembly with Nzérékoré, Lola, Macenta and Guéckédou early on Monday in the woodland town of Kissidougou in the southern area of the country, he arrived at the town’s stadium later that afternoon to tackle the public in light of the violence in the Kankan place — which broke out in protest of the blockading of the procession of the most important political opponent Cellou Dalein Diallo the day before.

The ruling RPG birthday party candidate was once animated, “They’ve come to inform you that I’m sick, that I’m mendacity down, that I can not get up so, I’m sick, I’m sick!”

During his speech, the head of kingdom expressed his remorseful about over the violent outcry as he called for the protesters to calm down and also took a second to dispel any opposition any rumours about the condition of his health recently put out into the media supposedly by way of the political opposition.