Soglo prevented from seeing Madougou: “Are there still moral values ​​in our country? », Djènontin is indignant

Soglo prevented from seeing Madougou: “Are there still moral values ​​in our country? », Djènontin is indignant
Soglo prevented from seeing Madougou: “Are there still moral values ​​in our country? », Djènontin is indignant

The former Minister of Justice in exile reacted to the fact that former President Nicéphore Soglo was prevented from visiting Reckya Madougou. Speaking in a WhatsApp forum, Valentin Djènontin Agossou suggested that turning Soglo back to the door of Apro-Missérété prison is a total lack of respect for the elder, something which is not accepted in our practices in Benin . Read his words.

Notwithstanding the equality of citizens before the law, I would like to ask if there are still moral values ​​in our country. Because our tradition no longer has value. A former President of the Republic, moreover, an elderly person who is 90 years old, who leaves Cotonou, who traveled tens of kilometers to visit a former minister, former Minister of Justice. Even if I leave his title, I want to consider only the age of the character. And we refuse. He’s not out for some fun time, is he? It’s to visit a prisoner and we refuse. What you are doing is not right. Nature has its rules. Benin also has its habits and customs such as the respect due to the elder. Nicéphore Soglo has been refused access to Reckya Madougou if he does not have a visit permit. And he returned to Cotonou without meeting the woman for whom he came all this way. And it’s happening in Benin. Beninese, Beninese, the leader, it is the others who do it. And it’s temporary. We don’t do that at home. Here, we respect the elder, otherwise, we always regret.”

M.M.

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