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Former government officials have until Monday, April 22 to return their official cars. “The presidency has sent them a letter” to inform them of this deadline, on Friday last week. “After this period, the state will use legal means to recover the vehicles,” warns the government.

Several former ministers are taking the necessary steps to return the vehicles to the designated location and obtain a clearance certificate. The daily newspaper of the Group Futurs Médias informs that the state also plans to recover its cars given to people who were not part of the outgoing government.

Earlier, the new authorities had asked former ministers to vacate the accommodations provided to them for the exercise of their functions. Family and friends to whom some of them had allocated these housing units will also have to return the keys, according to our colleagues at Seneweb.

This article highlights the efforts of the new government in Senegal to reclaim state resources from former ministers and individuals who were not entitled to them. This is a clear indication of the government’s determination to fight against corruption and misuse of public funds. The ultimatum given to former ministers to return their official cars shows the government’s seriousness in enforcing accountability and responsibility. This move is seen as a positive step towards transparency and good governance in the country
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