Worries – Guineaâ€™s future at stake
News meeting Sierra Express Media says Guineaâ€™s sick former junta leader housed in Burkina Faso, captain Moussa Dadis Camara is greatly worried about the future of his home land Guinea as the long count trails on after the voting on Sunday considered to be the first move towards legitimate governance since independence.
The counting of votes has gone on into fifth day after polling day last Sunday, a period considered to be too long for the results to have been announced as tension is said to be gradually building up in the various contesting camps vying for the hot seat in one of the most populous countries in the West African sub-region. Reports however reveal that Cellien Diallo and Alpha Conde are the two front-runners in the polls as counting continues.
News is that, there will be no clear winner in the first round of this election and that rumours are that any attempt to announce any single winner may result into chaos, a situation that may once again place the Mano River Union of four countries, Guinea, Sierra Leone, Liberia and Ivory Coast greatly worrisome situation.Â Â
The ex-junta leader Dadis Kamara who shares similar worries is said to be recovering in Ougadougou courtesy of Burkina President Blaise Compaore. Part of his worries is largely about what becomes of him when a new president is seated in Guinea.
The Leader was said to be facing the International Court of Justice for the September 2009 killing of over 150 demonstrators in Conakry.
Dadis Kamara leader was shot in the head by one of his lieutenants and flown to Morocco for medical treatment before being transferred to Burkina Faso. Reports say he spends his time surfing the internet for news on Guinea and watching television. The current military leader in Guinea, General Sekouba Konate, has said Dadis will not be allowed back to the country until a civilian leader is installed.
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