According to a video released, a soldier had announced that the constitution of Guinea would be dissolved while borders of the country have been shut down and the civilian government dissolved.
The video had been reported to display the ousted 83-year-old president on the seat while he was quiet towards the question asked him over whether the army had treated him badly.
The army ordered a curfew nationwide as they make it to convene on Monday.
There are plans to switch administrators and governors for military members, according to reports.
There have been a lot of political irregularities in the country populated by an estimation of 13 million civilians.
People living in the capital, Conakry, had reported they had heard persistent gunshots on Sunday, and a resident in the capital city that preferred anonymity told news people that the upheaval had started when a senior commander in the military was dismissed from duty.
Covered partially in the country’s flag, Lieutenant Colonel Mamady Doumbouya told the public that the military took over because they were tired of the civilian government’s political irregularities.
He announced that the country would no longer be trusted in the guidance of the leadership of one person but of the people.
The last presidential election had been disrupted by so much violence and irregularities which saw the recent president winning a disputed third term after having made the constitution permits this.
A lot of protesters who voiced against the administration’s third term were killed while some were arrested.
The administration has mostly seen locking up prominent oppositions.
The UN and the US are condemning the coup and seeing it as no better than what they are fighting against.