A call for intervention from the Director of Mines

A call for intervention from the Director of Mines
A call for intervention from the Director of Mines
Mr. Ngagne Demba Touré, Director of Mines,

We urge you to immediately visit the flint mining sites, particularly in Mboro, to fully investigate these allegations. Residents of this region, as well as independent observers, have reported cases of corruption involving bribes paid to some Ministry of Mines officials. These practices allow operators to circumvent tax and regulatory obligations, thus causing a substantial loss of revenue for the State.

Ayoba Faye, a respected resident of Mboro, has raised the alarm and is calling for stringent intervention to put an end to these illegal activities. It is crucial that this investigation is conducted with the greatest transparency and integrity, in order to restore public confidence in our institutions.

The exploitation of natural resources must benefit the entire nation, not a corrupt minority. It is essential to ensure that royalties and taxes due are correctly collected and used for the economic and social development of our country.

Mr Touré, your role as Director of Mines is vital to restore order and justice in this sector. We are counting on your leadership to take the necessary measures and shed light on these corrupt practices. An exhaustive and transparent investigation is essential to eliminate corruption and ensure that the wealth generated by the exploitation of flint truly benefits the Senegalese.

Now is the time to show a strong commitment to transparency and fairness. We urge your immediate intervention to investigate these allegations and take appropriate action.

#Senegal

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