KDRTV NEWS: Coup leaders who seized power in Guinea have released at least 80 prisoners ahead of the West African bloc ECOWAS.
The bloc has called a meeting to discuss the fate of the Guinea coup and the political transition in Mali.
The summit will be held virtually on Wednesday.
KDRTV noted that the prisoners were fierce critics of the ousted President Alpha Conde.
The leaders have accused the ousted presidents of rampant corruption and human rights abuses as well as mismanagement.
The junta had replaced all the ousted cabinet members with military commanders, and ministers were ordered against traveling outside the country.
Many international communities had condemned the junta over the coup and the detention of President Alpha Conde.
The Junta promised to form a unity government in weeks. However, they had ordered the airline to resume operation in the country.
They also gave greenling to mining companies to continue with their operations.
Guinea youth celebrated the military for ousting President Alpha Conde despite the complaints by the international community.
Guinea is considered the world’s second producer of bauxite, accounting for an of the world`s aluminum production industry.
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