The prefect of Dakar threatens the Guineans: “It is no longer...

Alioune Badara Samb prohibits all gatherings on public roads. An outing that follows the latest demonstrations by Guinean citizens in front of the Guinean embassy in Dakar. He threatens the Guineans to drive them back to the borders.

Senegal, a country of law

The day before and yesterday, we noted the spontaneous demonstrations of young Guineans for the most part but also probably other young Senegalese around the Guinean embassy, ​​given the situation prevailing in this brother country. Senegal is a country attached to the exercise of fundamental freedoms including the freedom of demonstration. But, the fact remains that the exercise of their freedoms in relation to walking, demonstrations, rallies … remains subject to well established rules.“, Recalled the prefect of Dakar, Alioune Badara Samb.

Threats from the prefect of Dakar

He pursues: ” I appeal to the responsibility of each other. Yesterday we saw demonstrations, today we also saw demonstrations. And it can’t prosper“, He said on the airwaves of the Rfm.

Heavy penalties

We are in a country of law. This is why, I thought it useful, through a press release, to remind that the demonstrators are exposed to very heavy sanctions provided for by the laws and regulations ”, warns Alioune Badara Samb, who does not rule out renewal in their countries of origin.

Expulsion from the country

Sanctions can go as far as renewal at the borders. We are in a country of rights. When we are foreigners in a country, whatever the Senegalese teranga, foreigners like Senegalese must respect the laws. It is no longer tolerable that spontaneous demonstrations can continue in this country ”, concluded M. Samb.


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