July 17, 2024

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Union leaders from various major labor organizations met with President Bassirou in a formal audience to discuss pressing issues facing the country. These included difficulties in guiding new high school graduates towards suitable career paths and ongoing efforts to improve the electricity supply in the city of Touba ahead of the 2024 Grand Magal.

Additionally, concerns were raised about the deteriorating conditions at the Cayar health post and recent arrests of executives in the oil industry.The meeting at the President’s office was seen as a positive step towards addressing these issues and finding solutions. The president assured the union leaders of his commitment to addressing their concerns and working together towards a better future for the country.In particular, the current director of FS Oil, Mamadou Bâ, and his predecessor, Daouda Gaye, were arrested for their alleged involvement in corrupt practices. This sends a strong message that corruption in the country will not be tolerated and that those who engage in unethical behavior will be held accountable.

The President of the Mbacké Court of First Instance also reaffirmed his determination to combat corruption and punish wrongdoers. This is a welcomed effort in a country where corruption is a major issue that hinders development and equitable distribution of resources.In addition to addressing these concerns, the recent installation of a “micro-folie” at the Théodore Monod Museum of the Ifan will provide access to digital cultural content for the public.

This initiative is part of efforts to promote culture and education in the country, and it is hoped that it will encourage a greater appreciation for the arts, history, and literature among the general population.Overall, the meeting of the union leaders with the President and recent developments in the oil industry and cultural initiatives demonstrate the government’s commitment to addressing important issues and promoting progress in various sectors. It is encouraging to see such collaborative efforts and initiatives aimed at improving the overall well-being of the country and its citizens.

The article highlights the determination of the President of the Mbacké Court of First Instance in the fight against corruption in issuing birth certificates. In collaboration with the Prosecutor of the Diourbel Court of First Instance, Mr. Cheikh Niane conducted a training session for civil servants to put an end to this illegal practice. He also warns that those found guilty of corruption in the civil registry may face up to 5 years in prison. The article also mentions that some foreigners have bribed officials to obtain birth certificates in Senegal. The author of the article emphasizes the need to combat corruption in the country and urges for strict adherence to the laws in place to punish perpetrators

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