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Army Allegedly Captures & Takes African President Out of Statehouse, Govt Breaks Silence

The President of the republic of Guinea, Honorable Alpha Konde has been chased out of the Statehouse by a group of angry soldiers on allegations of not doing what his citizens want.


In an incident that happened today in the morning, a number of gun shots were heard within the Statehouse in an incident that sparked a lot of fear among the Citizens of Guinea.

This was followed by another revelation after the army revealed that they took the president out of the Statehouse and were currently taking him to an unknown place. According to the reports given by one of the members of this group, they accused the president of using his power wrongly.

However, according to the reports given by the government's Spokesperson, he revealed that all of this were lies refuting claims that the president had been captured. Breaking silence after the incident, the government's Spokesperson urged citizens to stay calm saying the president is okay.

However, a number of citizens have questioned the governments Spokesperson wanting him to come clean and reveal the whereabouts of their president. According to the reports given by most citizens, they claimed that the statement given by the governments Spokesperson might be a lie due to the fact that the army shared a photo of the president outside the Statehouse.

The incident has since sparked a lot of mixed reactions from a number of politicians who are allied to the president. With a section of politicians claiming that this possible coup might have been instigated by the main opposition leader, others went ahead and called upon the government to come clean and reveal what's happening.

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