Soro betrays again
By Shane Treagar
Guillaume Kigbafori Soro, the rebel leader of Côte d’Ivoire, imprisoned more than six times for his alliances with insurgent groups in his country, now intends to overthrow the Alassane Dramane Ouattara regime, with whom he came to power and whom he has abandoned because he wants to fulfill his mission, dream or caprice of having all the control of his country, no matter how he arrives.
He is considered a coup leader of the Ivorian insurrection and has been linked to the deserted soldiers of the Ivorian army and is now preparing the most important military confrontation in the history of Ivory Coast, which is being provoked by him and his allies, who claim that there is a dictatorship as an excuse to gather support from international organizations.
Guillaume Soro, has always acted in the same way with the regimes in which he has collaborated, just remember that he was Prime Minister in 2007 with the president, Laurent Gbagbo, and later betrayed him and accused him of being a cheater and of behaving as a dictator, he then asked the international community to press for Gbagbo to resign and it happened.
Now it is the legitimate president of Ivory Coast, Alassane Ouattara, whom Guillaume Soro accuses of being a dictator and is requesting the support of the same international community that helped him more than 10 years ago. He wants to repeat the same story but this time he is seeking to be the absolute leader of the Ivorian people.