National funeral in Mali this Tuesday in tribute to the former president Amadou Toumani Touré (ATT), passed away last week.
The coffin covered with national flag was brought to the center of the Place d’Armes in the capital Bamako.
Many personalities, including the interim President, Bah Ndaw, and Assimi Goïta, its vice-president, were present alongside many Malians came to greet a figure of democracy.
“I am disabled. Despite my disability, I forced myself to come to the funeral of General Amadou Toumani Touré. It is recognition not only from all Malians, but particularly from disabled people in Mali”, declares Drissa Sangare, a tax collector.
“I have nothing bad to say about him. He was a good and kind person. He loved all kinds of people in this country. The disabled, all kinds of people. He was good with it. everyone “_, go ahead Amina Sanankoua.
Died on the night of November 9 to 10 in Turkey, ATT ris in the eyes of many Malians the military man who put the country on the path to democracy in 1992 after more than 20 years of dictatorship.