‘I don’t need to be cheered by a single group of population, it would have to be for all Guineans’- Doumbouya’s touching message to Guineans on independence day

WORDS Of President Col-Mamady Doumbouya, of the Republic of Guinea Conakry, during the country’s 63 years National Independent Day Celebrations.

Commander Mamady Doumbouya, is a recognized licensed officer of the School of War, with more than fifteen years of military experience, in particular during operational missions (Afghanistan, Ivory Coast, Djibouti, Central African Republic) and close protection (Israel, Cyprus , United Kingdom, Guinea).

The president of Guinea, was overthrown after military ransack the presidential palace in Conakry and dissolved the government.

Alpha Conde came to power in December 2010 under a two five year term limit. Pursuing love for power, Conde pushed through constitutional modifications in March 2020 that would facilitate his run for a controversial third term.

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After saying no to the referendum on 28 September, 1958, the Republic of Guinea Conakry was the first French-speaking black African country to have its independent.

Guinea said not to slavery but to rely on her daughters and sons “work, justice, solidarity.” Long live freedom

“I don’t need to be cheered by a single group of population (ethnic), it would have to be for all Guineans, that’s why I moved and celebrate with the people.

I felt real love between the young people, a good president is the one who does what his people ask for, it is this reconciliation that is currently on my mind (to bring our people back together and live as one)” he concluded.


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