1. Both Assimi Goita and Mamadi Doumbouya are Colonels. Both were heads of the Special Forces commanders of their countries’ respective armies at the time of the coups.

     

    1. Col Assimi Goita and Col. Mamadi Doumbouya are best friends. Few months ago Col. Doumbouya was rumoured to have been under surveillance and almost got arrested for his friendship to the Milian coup leader, and interim president, whom most African leaders especially Guinea and Ivory Coast 🇨🇮 leaders vehemently opposed when the two leaders led the push in Ecowas for sanctions on Mali 🇲🇱 fearing that if nothing was done the same scenario would repeat itself in their respective countries. Both gave speeches to redeem their countries from corrupt leaders.

     

    1. Both coups took place in “FRENCH WEST AFRICA”, to jubilation from the population.

     

    1. Both Coups took place against the background of excesses from African leaders in the respective countries— but also a case scenario across the continent with African leaders abusing power, marginalizing the population and pilfering state resources.

     

    1. Both Coups were greeted with acceptance from Africans across the CONTINENT and were popularly received and praised especially by young Africans (the median age in Africa is about 20 years). Showing that the continent’s youthful population is growing restless and looking for solutions to their daily problems.

     

    Africa’s population** is exploding astronomically. With no jobs, fewer opportunities, decrepit infrastructure but endemic corruption, migration across the Mediterranean and slavery in North Africa against Sub Sahara Africans and desperation for better lives, Africa faces an imminent security threat— it is time for YOUNG Africans to wake up! It is time for African leaders to WAKE UP—!

     

    “In 2020, the population of Africa grew by 2.49 percent compared to the previous year. The population growth rate in the continent has been constantly over 2.45 percent from 2000 onwards, and it peaked at 2.62 percent between 2012 and 2014. In 2021, Africa had over 1.36 billion inhabitants. Half the world will live in Africa in the next three decades. By 2050, Africa’s population will reach 2.5 billion people and Nigeria currently at 200million will surpass the United States whose population is currently at about 330million.

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