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Guinea: Details on the fast and furious arrest of Tibou Kamara, Alpha Condé’s confidant – The Africa Report

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By Jeune Afrique
Posted on Wednesday, 22 September 2021 18:33
Tibou Kamara, the personal adviser and friend to Guinea’s deposed president Alpha Condé, was released on 19 September in the mid-afternoon, after his sudden arrest from his home in Conakry the previous night.
The incident only lasted a few hours. According to our information, the military putschists released the former minister at around 3pm. Kamara was woken up at 1am when hooded men in special forces uniforms burst into his home in the Camayenne district, located at the entrance of downtown Kaloum.
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