Her biggest crime was to run for the Presidency against Kagame, she was then arrested, charged for incitement and jailed for 20 good years and the world is quiet.
If you thought Museveni was bad, think about what Rwandan President Paul Kagame has done to this lady and her family…..
In May 2017, Diane Rwigara declared she would be vying for the presidency. Immediately after, nude photos of her were shared online but her popularity continued to grow. Barely two weeks later, she was disqualified on technical grounds.
Soon after, Diane, her mother and sisters were thrown into jail – where they continue to rot to date.
The man right behind the Guinea President holding the umbrella is the leader of today’s coup against Alpha Condé.
Choose your close circle wisely,the one who holds an umbrella for you today might be the one to hold guns on your head tomorrow.
Look carefully around you, your best friend can turn out to be your worst enemy.
Those who break bread with you might be the first people to dig up a grave for you!
We never know,this world Is full of surprises.
From credible sources, Guineenews © has been told that Guinean president Alpha Condé has just been arrested by the special forces led by Commander Mamady Doumbouya who directs this elite unit.According to the same sources, many other dignitaries of the regime would be in the hands of the special forces. Witnesses told Guineenews © that the shots would be heard in Camayenne, a huppé neighborhood of Conakry.
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At least two people were injured as heavy gunfire broke out near the presidential palace in Guinea’s capital Conakry on Sunday morning, while military vehicles patrolled the streets, witnesses said and videos shared on social media showed.
It was not clear who was exchanging fire.
A senior government official said 83-year-old President Alpha Conde was unharmed but gave no further details.
A military source said the gunfire involved angry members of the special forces, an elite army corps. The source did not say what caused the anger.
Hoje lembrei-me delas. São as quedas do Rio Lucala, afluente do grande Cuanza, que a certa altura as forma. Actualmente chamadas quedas de Calandula, antes conheciam-se como quedas do Duque de Bragança.
São maravilhosamente belas, e as segundas maiores de África – o que claramente não é coisa pouca.
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