Senegalese met this Sunday, January 10 at Place d’Italie, in the 13th arrondissement in Paris to launch a poster campaign and distribution of flyers to find the student Diary Sow, missing for now 6 days.
Despite the difficult context marked by the second wave of the coronavirus in France, Senegalese nationals, in compliance with the barrier measures, set the tone so that the one who was twice in a row best student of Senegal can be found in the best deadlines.
According to the president of the Association of Senegalese Students of France contacted by Dakaractu, this first day was a success in that it mobilized “hundreds” of people, including non-Senegalese. Which seems to show that finding Diary Sow is on the way to becoming an international cause.
In any case, Khadim Dièye and his family do not intend to give up. According to him, following today’s mobilization, a monitoring committee will be set up to reflect on the next activities to be carried out …