Via Guinéenews.org: Two days backwater N'zérékoré: 27 injured, arrests and damage. The Google translation:
N'zérékoré, capital of the forest area of more than 1000 kilometers south-east of Conakry, saw an uneasy calm after 48 hours of turmoil in the city. Official at least 27 wounded balance sheets, arrests and massive damage, Has said Saturday in Conakry.
According to the report of the governor of the region, Lancei Conde, at least 27 officers forces were injured during the uprising occurred to Dorota, a large area of the city N'zérékoré.
"In N'zérékoré or elsewhere, there are two camps. Those who believe in the existence of Ebola and those who think that the epidemic is imported. There arrests in ongoing," he announced.
Besides the injured, the prefect of the city, Aboubacar Camara M'bop, argues that the protesters attacked the ambulance to the regional hospital, the UNICEF vehicles, the vehicle cardiologist Regional Hospital, the car of an individual and the container handwashing." A
ccording to a colleague based in the region, the turmoil that began Thursday continued until Friday with its epicenter Dorota. There, the day on Friday was heavily paralyzed.
For the non-attached Member, Honomou Kourouma, a native of the region, if the turmoil has caused enormous damage is due to the presence of suspicious troop, which populates the city.
"It's no secret that the former rebels are N'zérékoré. They are there in full sight of everyone. They represent a threat to the city, the country and the region."
That refutes the prefect, Aboubacar Camara M'bop, which recognizes that the whole problem revolves around Dorota. He added that the security forces were under fire in the area.