President Jose Mario Vaz of Guinea-Bissau has sent packing his entire government on Monday as announced in a local radio station.
The move by President Jose Mario Vaz has been termed as an action following some serious political shakes up.
At the moment calls have been made in Guinea-Bissau to delay elections set to be conducted on 24th November 2019.
One person was killed during a demonstration calling for an election delay.
The opposition has also called for humble time to scrutinize the electoral voter list so as to prevent any cases of theft.
62-year old Vaz has been regarded as hope for the country that has been engaging in endless coups since attaining its independence.
Several Prime Ministers have been leaving the government with the last one being Mr. Domingos Simoes.
Vaz’s stay in office ended in June but he has stayed put in charge of Guinea as per Ecowas plans for the country.
He will, however, have to defend his presidency comes to the general election as an independent candidate alongside 11 others.