“Diomaye Faye is writing a…”

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If we are to believe the youth president of Pastef/Pikine, Babacar Ndiaye, President Diomaye Faye is writing a book. This is the fruit of his notes, his conferences and his reflections while he was detained at Cap Manuel prison. “The Senegalese will have it (the book) perhaps as soon as possible,” bets Le Patriote, co-prisoner of the current head of state, in an interview published this Monday in L’Observateur.

Babacar Ndiaye reveals that Macky Sall’s successor spent most of his eleven months of detention reading and writing. “His room was transformed into a library,” he remembers. He received books all the time. At least, we sent him five books per day, not counting the books he ordered himself.

The youth leader of Pastef/Pikine confides that when he was named Pastef candidate, after Ousmane Sonko was dismissed by the courts, Diomaye Faye immediately began to work on his way of governing Senegal once elected. “We sent him all the documents that concern the functioning of the state, the reforms that we must make,” rewinds the former detainee.

Babacar Ndiaye insists: “He wrote about the campaign, the government team, the composition of the government, the positions and the 25 ministries. All this work was done from prison. Currently, we are only applying what he had thought. (…) Many things that the Senegalese will see had been prepared from prison.”

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