The head of the Junta ruling Guinea, Colonel Mamadi Doumbouya’s efforts to clean up the country’s military, has been eliciting reactions across the country.
More than a thousand soldiers have been sent into retirement since Monday. According to the head of the junta, these are personnel that have completed their service years.
This decision has received a thumbs up by Political actors and the civil society community in the country.
Imoh Edet gives us the details.