Guinea: two young people had been shot dead in Cosa this Wednesday 29th , January 2020.

mamadou saidou bah

More than 40 people had shot since the beginning of the FNDC’s outbreak of protests against the new constitution draft which would allow President Alpha Condé to remain in power.
On Wednesday 29 January, two young people were shot and killed in Cosa district.
The day was marked by the assassination of a young driver Mamadou ISSA BAH from COSA who was shot in the stomach and died immediately from his injuries at the age of 20. Another youngster from the same neighbourhood Mamadou Saïdou BAH received a lethal bullet from the defence and security forces.
On this evening of Wednesday, January 29, 2020, Mamadou Saidou Bah was shot in Africof, in Cosa in the commune of Ratoma. This 19 year old teenager was a 1st year student at the Faculty of Economics at the University of Sonfonia. He was hit in the chest.
Brought to Bomboly Medical and Surgical Clinic, the doctors after stopping the bleeding requested that he be evacuated to Donka or Ignace Deen.
The bullet punctured the thorax, crossed the sternum before exiting towards the hypochondrium. it finished its run on the right upper limb. The bone is completely fractured. You need the radio to find out the damage the bullet has caused internally, and to reassure yourself that the liver has not been touched. And for this specific case, it is the thoracic surgery which deals with it “, explains one of the doctors who did not want to be quoted
He later died later in the clinic, “said the national front for the defence of the Constitution in a statement.
On the eve of that day, another young man had also been shot dead in the same neighbourhood.
This Wednesday, an amateur video showing police officers using a nurse as a human shield against young people who threw stones at them, in the Wanindara district, published on social networks, outraged Guinean Internet users.
It should be noted that there are many videos of Guinean police forces on the internet.
Since mid-October last year, more than 40 people have been killed in FNDC protests.
“We are accused of being violent, yet we are only carrying out orders from our superiors”, reveals a policeman.

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