Sometimes a promotion can be a punishment. On 9 May, Sadiba Koulibaly, Guinea’s powerful army chief of staff, was appointed minister of urbanism, housing and territorial development, responsible for the recovery of looted state property, replacing Brigadier-General Ibrahima Sory Bangoura, who was subsequently offered the leadership of the Guinean army.
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