Hafia Footbal Club has hit the headlines of African and World football in the 70's winning for three times the African Champions Cup in 1972, 1975 and 1977. Their stadium in Conakry, called "28 September", is a legend. It is also the place where the Guinean army massacred hundred of demonstrators that were asking for democracy on the 28th of September 2009.

This clip is part of the project "The power is in the street", online diary of the first democratic elections in the history of Guinea that took place on June 27th 2010. It is also a collective film shot with the students from the Institut des Arts de Guinée (ISAG) of Dubreka. "The power is in the street" was shot in collaboration with the Ngo A.F.R.I.C.A. Guinée. Producers are Oyibo Productions and RaiNews24.

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