What is really wrong with us Africans? Cant we ever learn from past mistakes and take it upon ourselves to walk the democratic path on our own, or we are so used do disorder and dysfunction as the order of the day, the coups don't mean anything to us?
This Guinea affair is not amusing... Their democratically elected President, a chain smoker passes on, and as much as the guy wasn't a much like leader for Christs sake, why a military coup? Doesn't that country respect the constitution that states that in the eventuality their President dies or is indisposed, the President of the Senate is the obvious candidate to fill the office on an interim basis????
The world should condemn this act by the Guinean military in the strongest terms possible and ensure that that bauxite producing state should return to a civilian democratic process because the military has no basis of interfering the management of political state affairs.
This little known Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, i am told a former head of the fuel section of the Army barracks, should return power to the civilian leaders and return to the barracks where he belongs.....
Am not going to appeal the African Union on this because their track record speaks for itself!!!!!!