Why Guinea needs a democratic rule

In my last blog post I already shared this, but sometimes one can better express the way they feel or think by speaking. Thus a video, in which I share my thoughts about Guinea. I have the firm belief that democracy, correct leadership and unity is the only thing that can help safe, this country […]

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101 killings and Alpha condé: Guinea has reached the heart of despair

101 deaths, that is more than enough. I will not be silent in the face injustice, and thus I will speak. The loss of a loved one is probably the worst kind of pain that exists. It hurts when one dies naturally, let alone when young people with promising futures, are robbed from their lives. […]

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Chers Guinéens

One country, 28 ethnicities, corruption and poverty, that is Guinee more than 50 years after independence from colonial powers. The time has come for the Guinese people to finally unite and work hard to make of their country a better place, if not for themselves, then atleast for the generations to come.

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No future for Guinee

  Nelson Mandela once said: ‘education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.’ And I totally agree with him. I believe that I, like many other people living in the west have the privilege of having a proper education. So much so, that sometimes we tend to take what we […]

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