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ROYAL PRIVILEGES AND THRONE CAN ONE DAY TRAGICALLY END

ROYAL PRIVILEGES AND THRONE CAN ONE DAY TRAGICALLY END

Mohamed Toure and Denise Cros-Toure, both 58, were each sentenced to seven years in federal prison.CreditCreditTarrant County Sheriff’s Department, via Associated Press Read this and bear in mind that the world can one day turn against you. Ponder and imagine this man back in the days when the famous Sekou Toure ruled Guinea with an

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Mohamed Toure and Denise Cros-Toure, both 58, were each sentenced to seven years in federal prison.CreditCreditTarrant County Sheriff’s Department, via Associated Press

Read this and bear in mind that the world can one day turn against you.

Ponder and imagine this man back in the days when the famous Sekou Toure ruled Guinea with an iron fist.

The young man was a teenager, but just Imagine the pomp and glory then and all the good things a President son tastes behind those white walled mansions guarded 24 hrs.

Maybe Uhuru can elaborate since he has been there, but I believe this man was feeling on top of the world those years.

Just imagine the same man taking a poor girl from Guinea. He is supposed to elevate and make her enjoy life but instead, him and the wife subject her to a life of slavery without pay.

The man and even his wife does not deserve any mercy. This should serve as a lesson to many to treat all that are in need of help with respect for you may never know as they could one day visit you in jail.

He does not deserve any mercy if that is what he did.

If on the other hand, the girl set them up which could also be likely to score some old forgotten ills done to someone, then that too also is wrong.

Whichever the case, it’s the end of the legacy for the once feared son of a President with similar status with that of the late Mzee Jomo Kenyatta.

Jean Kamau

Kenyan Parents in USA

By Mihir Zaveri

 A Texas couple have been sentenced to seven years in federal prison each for enslaving a Guinean woman for 16 years.

A federal judge in Fort Worth, Texas, sentenced Mohamed Toure and Denise Cros-Toure each to two seven-year terms and one five-year term, all sentences to be served concurrently.

The Toures are the son and daughter-in-law of the late Guinean president Ahmed Sekou Toure, who helped lead Guinea to independence from French rule in 1958. Sekou Toure was the country’s first president, a role he held until his death in 1984.

GLORY AND POMP WHEN SEKOU TOURE RULED GUINEA

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File Picture President Sekou Toure in 1962 arriving in America State of Maryland with all the pomp and glory

Life and times of President Sekou Toure of Guinea

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