The statement of Mody Niang, retired inspector who prefaced the work of journalist Pape Alé Niang, reverted to the last unpublished reports of the institution in charge of the fight against corruption. As if to react to these allegations, the National Office for Combating Fraud and Corruption (Ofnac) submitted, on Friday, February 28, 2020, its 2017 and 2018 activity reports to the Head of State, Macky Sall.
Ofnac president Seynabou Ndiaye Diakhaté and her team were able to conduct 23 investigations in their two activity reports, of which five (5) files were transmitted to the public prosecutor.
However, the press is impatiently awaiting the publication of these reports as this remains an obligation. Indeed, according to article 17 of Law number 2012-30 of December 28, 2012, it is clearly specified that: “OFNAC establishes each year an activity report which includes in particular the proposals for measures to prevent acts fraud or corruption. This report is submitted to the President of the Republic. It is made public by all appropriate means. ”
After the publication of his book entitled “scandal in the heart of the Republic”, the journalist Pape Alé Niang has now pushed the Senegalese to take an interest in the various reports on the management of public institutions.