The coup in Guinea shows that 70 years after independence African leaders are notorious for creating nuisance rather than building a nation where everyone can live happily.
A control post credited to Eng Prof Facebook page denounced the canker of poor leadership saying the opaque box syndrome had lived a generation.
Eng Prof who regularly posts about military coups says what Africa leaders care about is nothing to do with improving the lives of their people.
“More than 70 years after independence our leaders are notorious for creating nuisance rather than building a great nation where everyone can live happily.”
He continued, "Shame on You Alpha Conde.
Shame on You old men of ECOWAS nations."
“God bless you Doumbouya for chasing out another demon destroying your people,” he remarked.
Meanwhile, reports from Guinea say Colonel Doumbouya led CNRD and the ruling junta is billed to establish a military tribunal that will hold senior members of the deposed Alpha Conde government, accountable for a plethora of atrocities committed on watch while they were in government.
Sources say all eyes will be on Alpha Conde and the president of the Supreme Court in the days to come as two were believed to have colluded to change the Constitution.
ECOWAS, a sub-regional body that has decided to suspend Guinea is yet to speak on the latest developments.
While we await their statement, Colonel Doumbouya and the ruling junta have indicated that they will not yield to any sanction pressures or threats from the international community.