Part of the plundered Pikine cemetery: People walk this Friday, July 17


After the sale of the coast, the riverside lands of Diamniadio, those in dispute of Ndengler and the classified forest of Mbao, today we even complain, it is around the cemetery of Pikine, part of which has been cut out.

In fact, a part of the reserves of the Pikine cemeteries was granted to a personality whose name has not been revealed.

Very reassembled, the Collective of the populations of Pikine which discovered this land forfeiture for the unusual month, decided to organize a protest march this Friday July 17, 2020, after the big prayer at 2 p.m.

The reason mentioned is that a deputy mayor, living in Keur Samba Kane, had a hangar built (for rental) on the land reserves of the community cemetery.

The collective promises to speak to the national and international press, to expose the land spoliation underway in the department.

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