Tens Of Thousands Protest In Mali, Seek Resignation Of President


The word security is what make a governmental organization smooth and the safety of the citizen.

Thousands of people in Mali Demanding for the resignation of president President Ibrahim Boubacar, over his poor act over failures to contain a jihadist insurgency that emerged in northern Mali in 2012 and spread to the fragile centre of the West African state.

But the sclerotic pace of political reforms, a flagging economy and a widely shared perception of government corruption have also fed anti-Keita sentiment.

On Friday, an imam led tens of thousands of protesters in a prayer in a central city square.

Protesters then sang the national anthem and blew vuvuzela horns, with many toting placards bearing anti-government slogans.

The news of the protest was confirmed by Channeltv to CMM team

“He hasn’t learned his lesson, he doesn’t listen to people,” he had said. “But this time he will understand”.

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