Gunshots heard near the palace and it’s suspected that the government has been overthrown by the military…
Just another day in a Francophone country.
Sankara is turning in his grave
watu wengine hapa kenya ,kabla ya uchaguzi wa juzi, walikuwa wanafikiria jeshi na nis inaweza saidia president, bila kujua ao ndio hutoa president kwa power.
This is proof that Kenya as a democracy tuko mbali sana …ata after some people tried some shenanigans the army said no
Afaa the worst dictator than jeshi.
Elaborate, because there is very thin line between dictators and military rule. Dictators are usually backed by ruthless military eg north Korea, Eritrea, Rwanda,
Yule jamaa wa North Korea ni one man show banae. Jamaa alinyonga uncle wake General mkuu kwa jeshi juu mzae hakusimama na kupiga makofi … ghasiaa ikanyongwa ivyo tu. Step bro wake nae mdomo mrefu akapigwa TKO na lethal injection kwa choo airport fulani haka zima hapo hapo kaa dogi aisee.
Few (if any) successful countries under military rule. Dictators are responsible for successes in places like Korea , Singapore, China….And once a dictator leaves, you can sometimes transition to a normal leader ( eg Kenya). But on the downfall of military rule, full dictatorship is almost always guaranteed.
Blaise Compaore betrayed him for presidency. I heard he was jailed for Sankara’s death wacha akufie huko kwa jela. umbwa yeye.
ule mama wa Italy aikasirisha Macron , Macron ameamua aonyeshe FRancophone chieth were they belong
Raundi hiyo wamechelewa sana
2 chicken coups in a year…hawa wanajaribu
The Military operates with a lot of thoraces and doesn’t expect anything good from the military. In fact there is no one country that have been successful after military takes over
[SIZE=5]Burkina Faso military leader announces second coup for the year[/SIZE]
[SIZE=4]A group of soldiers in Burkina Faso has carried out a coup, the second this year. A statement read out on national television says army captain Ibrahim Traore has deposed the military ruler Paul-Henri Damiba. The announcement capped a day that began with gunfire near a military camp in the capital Ouagadougou, an explosion near the presidential palace, and interruptions to state television programming. [/SIZE]