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SENEGAL: FRANCK TIMIS’S CASE : The reaction of Ousmane Sonko after the speech of the president Macky Sall.

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Ousmane Sonko Pastef leader - Photo facebook page.

This is the message which you can read in the facebook page of the Pastel leader Ousmane Sonko the 5th June 2019 about the case of Timis”s case link to the petrol ressources : 

“I am amazed by the statement made today by Macky Sall at the conclusion of the Eid-el-fitr prayer on the BBC case – Oil and Gas from Senegal.

This man does not respect his people and has reached a level of contempt and disdain unimaginable.

Here is a man who, having sacrificed Khalifa sall for accusations a thousand times less serious, comes to throw us in the figure that he and his family pass before the 15 million Senegalese.

Since the beginning of this controversy, his various outings and those of members of his government are full of untruths in order to confuse opinion.

Each time, the strategy was to try to light a counter-fire by hiding loosely behind the argument of an alleged “manipulation of opponents” or an “attempt to destabilize our country by dark forces “.

Not even courage, in the face of irrefutable facts, to keep a low profile for want of a simple mea culpa.

I, Ousmane Sonko, accuse him of being the only one responsible for this corruption which hides dozens of others.

He is responsible for characteristic facts of high treason as I had already developed in my book “Oil and Gas Senegal: Chronic Spoliation”.

This man lost all credibility to lead Senegal and Senegalese.
I call on Senegalese and Senegalese, especially this sacrificed and forgotten youth, to mobilize massively and constantly in the coming days to protest against all the scandals that punctuate their governance until the appropriate measures are taken.

This is not the fight of a man or a group. For once, the Senegalese people must assume and express themselves against such a level of betrayal of their sovereignty by a bunch of state adventurers.”