The leader of Générations et Peuple Solidaire (GPS) Guillaume Soro, is now perceived by the RHDP camp as a comic character. After having stuck to him a derisory name “Anselmo noise”, today they consider him as a poet of lost times.
The latest publication of the president of GPS on his Twitter page is in the headlines. The supporters of President Alassane Ouattara, describe it as a poem without interest and without substance.
“It’s winter in Europe, it’s snow falling! In the distance the tree is bare. And spring will come. The tree will turn green. See you soon!”
It is a well codified message that the former president of the National Assembly has conveyed.
But, only supporters of the RHDP were able to dissect it. Its message is understood as a bottomless poem.
Still according to his detractors, through this message, the leader of GPS wants to give consistency, because now lonely.
We note that after the presidential elections of October 2020, Guillaume Soro lost a good share of audiences on social networks. He who had proclaimed from the rooftops that the presidential election would not be held, was rejected.
So, his detractors ask themselves, should we still believe in Guillaume Soro?