Saturday , November 28 2020

Groundnut Campaign: Idrissa Seck wants to put an end to unpaid bills



Idy2019 coalition candidate Idrissa Seck promised on Tuesday to end the phenomenon of good unpaid recovery at each peanut campaign and ensured that the producers bought their production after harvest.
"Wherever we have gone, manufacturers have regretted unpaid bills, and we are obliged to end the recurring problem of agricultural marketing," said the former Prime Minister, greeted at the entrance to Kaolack (center) with a crowd of militants acquired for his case.
He also promised during his visit to Kaolack, the capital of the peanut pool, to provide farmers with sufficient agricultural equipment to increase their activity.
The president of the Rewmi Party has shown willingness to use the aura of the religious city of Medina Baye and its marabouts to give "a new orientation" to Senegalese diplomacy in favor of the Senegalese people.
Idrissa Seck also promised to address the problem of traffic harassment against the transport sector, in consultation with the environmental experts he intends to meet from his accession to the Supreme Court.
He apologized for not being able to observe a stop at Guinguinéo, where he went fast, despite his many activists who had wanted to go out to see him during his stay in this municipality.
To say he was "very sure" about the outcome of the vote, he promised to solve the problem in the first round by saving the public finances of the rest.
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