Niger after the Coup

Niger after the Coup

Now that the exit offered by the ECOWAS the coup leaders in Niger has expired, what are now the possible outcome of this situation whose consequences spreads well over their borders. • Will ECOWAS follow through with their military threats? • If they do will the joint forces of Mali and Burkina really support them? The answer to all the above are no. The ECOWAS cannot really afford to attack Niger, mainly because they will never get the support they…

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Guinea, the transition

Guinea, the transition

It has been over 2 months now since the coup in Guinea, the government has been constituted, awaiting the constitution of the CNT, the institution that will be acting as the parliament in the transition time, according to the president, they will also be the one that will be setting the length of the transition, in short, most of the important pending point are pending on the CNT, so to when the constitution of the CNT. For now, difficult to…

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Guinea coup

Guinea coup

On Sunday 5th of September 2021, the Guinean special forces staged a coup, arrested the president, dissolved the Government because they want to free the population, so they say. But what is the real reason behind this coup. Since the day of the coup, more information has been unfolded. According to a certain Fama Kante, in a video that has been shared through social networks, all this is the result of actions of the ex ministry of defense, Mohamed Diane….

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Guinea, What d’ont we know

Guinea, What d’ont we know

There seems to be a sudden need for the Guinean government to feel the state funds, as several recent decisions are going in that direction, such as new vehicle plaque, increase tax for the telecom operators which leaded to a strike during a negotiation of which the director of the regulation authority said that the wanted to increase fuel, which they finally ended up increasing which in turn resulted in an increase in transport fee. And now apparently, the state…

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Strike of the telecom operators in Guinea

Strike of the telecom operators in Guinea

On the 12th of July 2021, the sindicate of the Telecom operator in Guinea (FESATEL), started an indefinite strike mainly to protest against increased tax. But the strike did not seem to bother the government and the regulator warned the operators to make sure the services are not impacted. On the 22nd of July 2021, Orange Guinée, the main operator and MTN, the number 2 informed their customers that they are stopping the bonuses they were giving upon recharge, Orange…

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