The former Secretary General of the Ministry of Economy, Finance and Planning, Ngouda Fall Kane, and National Coordinator of the Party "Diam Ak Khéweul", received Me Mame Adama Gueye at his home, located on Marists, launching Wednesday. November 14, the salt granules are in Macky's government management. According to him, he glittered.
"This is a disaster. Senegal must stand as one person to get Macky Sall out. He destroyed this country with these people, slaughtered the economy and democracy." These remarks were made by Ngouda Fall Kane on Wednesday, November 14, 2018, when he was accepted at his home by Mame Adama Gueye, as part of a continuation of his visit to opposition leaders to exchange, share and reflect on how to secure the February 24 2019 presidential election, to avoid what happened during the legislative elections to be repeated.
"Me Mame Adama Gueye, is a brave man, who not only knows the truth, but he understands," he said. Before adding: "I fully subscribe to the ideas he achieved, in connection with securing the presidential election." What must be done on two levels. This is the security of the polling place which is the responsibility of the state, which must invite soldiers, police and the gendarmerie to guarantee property security, people at the polling stations. The second element, he said, is information security from the polls. According to him, "it's time for Macky Sall to leave". And that the sponsors imposed on Senegal are "mistakes" that "slaughter Senegalese democracy".
Continuing with his steps, the coordinator of the Diam Ak Khéweul Party told anyone who wanted to hear that "Macky is one of the poorest presidents in Africa" and that candidates were financially, physically and morally exhausted because of sponsorship, while creating all the conditions that would enable him to be re-elected. "If we are not careful about installing devices, as proposed by Me Mame Adama Gueye, we will have problems," he warned, pointing out that "the Macky Sall government is the worst government". Me Mame Adama Gueye, speaking, said that the file posted was a state joke. And asked Senegalese people to fight to recover their biometric identity cards. "We are facing an attack on democracy that is happening. And we will not let it go, it is the future of our democracy which is a legacy that is questionable," he said. According to him, this coercion will not pass and that "our wealth is not gas or oil, but social peace and social stability". The latter also revealed that he would never pledge allegiance to this government, even though the president who had left had spent a lot of money on the latest generation of riot control equipment purchased in Turkey. "Its republican duty is to ensure normal behavior, security of ballots and regard republican neutrality," he said to the head of state.