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'Drama, See as Guinean soldiers deployed to schools to teach after teachers did this

The issue that the majority of presidents overlook is the importance of leaving a legacy. Due to the fact that power corrupts, they get inebriated and therefore serve their own interests, unaware that they have replaced certain individuals in those positions and must now relinquish them to others.

Guinean soldiers deployed to schools to teach after teachers abandoned pupils; soldier teachers

These African tyrants who have overstayed their welcome are causing more harm than good; this is the only way to get rid of them; what a wonderful time for the Guinean people!!

I adore the army's fortitude and the coup's leader. You cannot repeal legislation only for the benefit of your family or personal interests.

A courageous and wise move, without losing blood, but by imprisoning him to suffer slowly and experience the anguish.

The unquenchable urge of desperate African rulers to cling to power.

The wind of change is upon us. Very soon, during the dry season, some coconuts will be cracked open.

It is the sweetness of power that these senior leaders are exposing the younger generation to bad bargains. Let us keep an eye out and pray that we will see the United States of Africa.

Being in power compels you to behave foolishly and stupidly without thinking outside the box; this is precisely what happens; the outcome, the total profits, you pay for the consequence; this is precisely what the notorious old fools hungry for power are witnessing now, and they fully deserved every beat of it.

Guinea is growing steadily under the leadership of President Alpha Conde following the coup d'état and ouster of President Alpha Conde.

Guinea Conakry's Coup d'état took place on Sunday, September 5, 2021. The mutineers arrested President Alpha Condé.

Colonel Mamady Doumbouya, a former French army legionary who was repatriated to Guinea in 2018 to command the GPS, and his troops carried out the crime.

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The coup leader has placed military personnel in classrooms that have been abandoned by teachers. This is an incredible and wonderful method of ensuring that things are done correctly.


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