Rebels have detained the President of Guinea

Those who staged a mutiny in Guinea detained the country’s president, Alpha Conde. This was reported on Sunday, September 5, with reference to sources, the local portal Guinee News reports.

According to available data, the head of state was captured by Special Forces, which are controlled by Colonel Mamady Doumbouya. Sources of the publication claim that the military also captured several high-ranking officials.

Earlier it became known that there was an attempted coup in African Guinea. It was clarified that on September 5, an intense shooting began in the center of the country’s capital Conakry. According to eyewitnesses, many soldiers appeared on the streets.

It was reported that the coup attempt with the help of special forces units was carried out by the commander of the special forces group, Lieutenant Colonel Mamady Doumbouya, an ex-legionnaire of the French army. Special forces were stationed in front of the Presidential Palace in Conakry.

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