Guinea News Update: Vice-President Sekouba Konate Takes Charge in the Absence of Wounded Coup Leader

Dec 5, 2009 Full story: Pan-African News Wire 53

Guinea vice-president takes helm Guinea's vice-president has returned from business abroad to take charge of the country after an attempted assassination on the president.

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sow buba

Nancy, France

#1 Dec 7, 2009
charge for women that is the work for guinea militia an drink
genttle man

Apeldoorn, Netherlands

#2 Dec 9, 2009
your leader is your leader.
I think this militory people trying there best.
the curoption and narcotrafecan are fenishing.
may God bless CNDD for ever.
Therno Diallo

Lithuania

#3 Dec 9, 2009
Communications Minister Idrissa Cherif YOU ARE LIAR .You have no credntial to the pub;ic Get out of your work you dont know what you are doing .Do you think we are like no write and no read ..If you have wounds in any parts of the head it dangerous .You try to GO BACK to school and study before you are telling ALL LIES STORY .
Communications Minister Idrissa Cherif YOu have no credential all you said is all LIE .
Chearno Jalloh England

Luton, UK

#4 Dec 10, 2009
The Guinea Conakry Junt Leader Mousa Dadis Camara the just don't care about this on people he care's only for him self's , I think they all just lair's they are been lieing to their on people and the world.
They must be face emprisonment, The communications Minister Idrissa Cherif has no adea what his talking about, his just the most layr
haroun koroma

Watertown, MA

#5 Dec 11, 2009
i wonder why who so ever ghoose BLAISE CAMPORE to mediate in the Guinea problem.Do you think he will do it honestly? the answer is NO NO.Because he is
another blood thirsty tyrant he killed his close
friend THOMAS SANKARA for power
Abubakarr Tarawally

Longford, Australia

#6 Dec 11, 2009
All Africa leaders are totally rotten eggs they all crow alike.
GAMBIAN MAN

Devizes, UK

#7 Dec 11, 2009
hmmmm,Guinea,Guinea,dont destroy your country.Remember your kids.The truth is Dadis will not return to Guinea conakry,if he survive he will be arrested immediately by the tribunal.Just watch is already arrange but first i dont think he will even survive.
genttle man

Apeldoorn, Netherlands

#8 Dec 11, 2009
GAMBIAN MAN wrote:
hmmmm,Guinea,Guinea,dont destroy your country.Remember your kids.The truth is Dadis will not return to Guinea conakry,if he survive he will be arrested immediately by the tribunal.Just watch is already arrange but first i dont think he will even survive.
I think Celiun diallo , A. conde . Sediya, have more problem than president Daddis.
GAMBIAN, if you were that shot and wonded whith bullet, what could you say than? don't laught when someone is in denjan. we are brothers and sisters in Guinea. may god bless GUinea and CNDD
genttle man

Apeldoorn, Netherlands

#9 Dec 11, 2009
Chearno Jalloh England wrote:
The Guinea Conakry Junt Leader Mousa Dadis Camara the just don't care about this on people he care's only for him self's , I think they all just lair's they are been lieing to their on people and the world.
They must be face emprisonment, The communications Minister Idrissa Cherif has no adea what his talking about, his just the most layr
hi Jallo, I think you don't know much about Guinea,
don't you know Daddis is the only man that give all Guinean freedom of speach?

you don't know the bandi and narcotrafican the drug are now limited?
you dont know the gun attact is now limitted in Guinea?
if you are not liveing in Guinea ,please ask and get more in formation.
this is not about tribe or likenes.
we suport him because of his good job. dam wether he come from
kankan ,labe n'zerekore or franal.
we just want a good president.
GAMBIAN MAN

Devizes, UK

#10 Dec 12, 2009
Do u think good president will let his soldiers kill 157 people.This is the problem with AFRICA,imagine if your familly is among the death u would,nt talk like that.Good president sought power democratically not hijacking a country,insulting diplomats and elders.LONG LIVE THAT BEAUTIFUL GUINEA AND ITS PEOPLE.
genttle man

Heerlen, Netherlands

#11 Dec 13, 2009
GAMBIAN MAN wrote:
Do u think good president will let his soldiers kill 157 people.This is the problem with AFRICA,imagine if your familly is among the death u would,nt talk like that.Good president sought power democratically not hijacking a country,insulting diplomats and elders.LONG LIVE THAT BEAUTIFUL GUINEA AND ITS PEOPLE.
do you know if my famjly member was among the death or not ?
so some of your family was creminal and narcotrafican the droug for the past 25years, wich means you should suport than ?
do you know the past 25years howmany people was killed just a day by the grand bandi ?
even before the sept28 those grand bandi and the narcotrafican the droug president Daddis arested, the family of tham join the coroup oposition ,so that they will try any how to move Daddis from power, and they family will be free.
If my family was killed sept28 which mean's I should join the bad people to suffer the others Guineans ? is NO NO NO.
we the Guinean are brothers and sister, we have to get together and solve our own problem peacefuly.
we should not listen to some of this oposition because, some of than was premenister before , stolling lot of money and go out of the country, and now they want to be president.
this is not about tribe, we are Guinean.
may God bless CNDD for they good job.
GAMBIAN MAN

Devizes, UK

#12 Dec 13, 2009
ok,but two wrongs cannot make right.i believe in rule of law not killing.The problem in Guinea IS the problem of GAMBIA,we breath the same air,brothers.Narcotics are bad,but if they will just arrest the heads of the oppositions and desperse the crowd we would,nt be talking but killing people,s sons and daughters trying to put it on narcotics is amazing.Those people are not selling drugs at that stadium.
Bolokada

Chevy Chase, MD

#13 Dec 13, 2009
This argument is all senseless,I don't think anyone of you get the Guinean issue rightly.It is a known facts that the military under Dadis has caused more trouble that the 27 year of Lansana Conde. Can you imaging the gross disrespect for women manifested by security forces on 28Th September? It not about been a blind supporter but the respect for universal code of conduct.Let admonish you my brothers and sister i think Dadis is the only person to blame,because he is the head of the chain of command.Dadis camara owes the Guinean people and the international community an explanation for those act since he ceased power not his bodyguard.
GAMBIAN MAN

Devizes, UK

#14 Dec 13, 2009
You should read all my text correctly,u and i are saying the same things,i just want to make it simple to that GENTLEMAN cause he dont seem to care about the blood of his brothers and sisters.
zeepo scotland

Northampton, UK

#15 Dec 13, 2009
the general should seek the interest of the guinean and take up his responsibity as a brigadier general. the guineans want you to act now and stop being an errand boy. you can do it general... why wasting time
ajabi

Apeldoorn, Netherlands

#16 Dec 13, 2009
those oposition are shit, why should you demostract
at the day of independence.
you please leive this president Daddis to do his job, this is not about tribe.
mohamed sylla

Sierra Leone

#17 Dec 14, 2009
The problem is not the presence of drug smugglers or opposition leaders who have allegdely stolen money, but the absence of any credible institutions of governance, the judiciary is not functioning, the soldiers are like mini-gods, Guinea unlike other African countries, has NEVER had free and fair/credible elections like Ghana, Senegal, Sierra Leone or Liberia(not to even talk of transfer of power from a ruling party to an opposition).Worse of all the political mentality is backward its like we are starting off again from 1958.
That is why the likes of "ajabi and gentleman" cant understand what it means to live in country that observes the rule of law.We are used to emperors/Dictators like the "centuries of Mali Empire". GUINEANS WAKE UP THE WORLD IS NOW A CIVILIZED PLACE,WE DO NOT NEED STRONGMEN WE NEED A CIVILIZED AND ACCOUNTABLE SYSTEM.
Mathew Blankson

Sierra Leone

#18 Dec 14, 2009
I happen to be a Western citizen in Africa, what i find ironical is that Africans willfully destroy their own countries and start crying to the International community for help.Due to quite selfish and personal reasons. How can any sane and sober person even ask dadis to stay.
Then there will be War and u shall start begging for relief food for refugees, why not ask ur backward leaders do what is right now and avoid it all.
genttle man

Apeldoorn, Netherlands

#19 Dec 14, 2009
Mohamed sylla,
you talking about GHANA, is JERRY ROLLEN was not a military man who clean up GHANA ?

Muretania president was not a military man ?

is Brukina fasso president who is now talking Guinea matter was not military man?

if this people can be president why not MUSSA DADDIS ?
the west just playing game in GUINEA, because DADDIS block there stelling in GUINEA.
because of that they are pushing his own brothers and sister to firt against him.
but the Guinean have to know that we are brothers and sisters, we should not listen to satan to seperit us.
may God bless CNDD
genttle man

Apeldoorn, Netherlands

#20 Dec 14, 2009
Mathew Blankson wrote:
I happen to be a Western citizen in Africa, what i find ironical is that Africans willfully destroy their own countries and start crying to the International community for help.Due to quite selfish and personal reasons. How can any sane and sober person even ask dadis to stay.
Then there will be War and u shall start begging for relief food for refugees, why not ask ur backward leaders do what is right now and avoid it all.
i have my western pasport,
but dam to the west, because they breing propaganda to africa.
you have to know that the western country are the tief in Africa,
they destroying all over Africa.
you talking about international community, can they they tell Brukina Fasso president to step down or muritania president ?
those people who thinking about war coming to Guinea, let them go heal,

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