The military in Guinea after capturing President Alpha Condé and dissolving his government has also arrested all his ministers.
The soldiers are asking the ministers to account to them how they used the State’s resources.
On Sunday, September 5, soldiers in Guinea arrested President Alpha Condé and seized power through a coup.
Ministers and other government officials have been arrested and summoned by the military demanding accountability.
However, the Economic Community of West Africa States (ECOWAS) has asked Guinean soldiers to respect the physical safety of the President of the Republic, Professor Alpha Condé, and his immediate and unconditional release, as well as that of all arrested persons. ECOWAS also demands a return to constitutional order on pain of sanctions.
ECOWAS reaffirms its objection to any unconstitutional political change. The body asked the Guinean defense and security forces to remain in a constitutional posture.
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