Côte d'Ivoire/ Coronavirus control
/SériDigridi (President of the Movement of Ivorian Democrats): "Amadou Gon must refrain from implementing the budget allocated to Côte d'Ivoire for propaganda purposes".
The President of the MDI is not at all happy with the way the pandemic is being managed by the Ivorian government. Especially in its financing. As proof of this, he cites the approximation with which the fight is being waged. The President of the Movement of Ivorian Democrats has protested against the labelling of donations stamped AGC (Ndlr Amadou Gon Coulibaly). Are his donations made by the Prime Minister or in the name of the Prime Minister's Office or even the Government? When we know that the man is the Head of Government, there is a little confusion to be cleared up. The President of the Movement of Ivorian Democrats (Mouvement des Démocrates Ivoiriens) protests against the misuse of funds and donations made by other organizations to fight against the Coronavirus and wonders if the PM has become the de facto propagandist of the RHDP and the Government? Is he exercising a brigandage on the state budget as well as on WHO funding? Unfortunately, this is what we believe. Is there any reason to be prejudiced against this man of sound morals? Séri Laurent Digridi denounces and judges as excessive what Amadou Gon is doing. "It's picturesque to see that Prime Minister Amadou Gon Coulibaly is making folklore through the fight against the meanders of the coronavirus. You can't take over the state budget or World Health Organization (WHO) funding to pretend to be a humane and debonair Prince. We cannot afford to use these funds for propaganda purposes. Is it more humane to act in this way, asks Séri Laurent Digridi, president of the political formation of the Movement of Ivorian Democrats (MDI). At a press briefing he recently held at the party's headquarters in Bingerville, President Digridi did not wear gangs to decry what he described as the fatuity of Prime Minister Amadou Gon's deputy. "President Ouattara must call his presumed successor to order. In order to break the chain of contamination against this pandemic that is decimating the world, the state has an obligation to do everything possible to provide urgent assistance to the people of Côte d'Ivoire. Côte d'Ivoire is not to be outdone, and has been able to benefit from financial assistance from the WHO. Prime Minister Amadou Gon and his government, in their actions of humanism must regularly inform the people of the origin of the various donations" he said. According to him, the State budget and WHO funding must not be diverted for political purposes'. "The state of Côte d'Ivoire has a duty to come to the aid and relief of the population in the fight and prevention of this covid-19 pandemic. I find it absurd that Ivorians should be led to believe that Amadou Gon Coulibaly has the legitimate paternity of these donations. I invite the Prime Minister to refrain from this measure of pure demagoguery because the money used to buy these gifts did not come out of anyone's pocket. Was he President of the Republic or Prime Minister. This is WHO funding to help countries affected by this pandemic, because this emergency plan does not only concern Côte d'Ivoire. This leads us to say that the government absolutely must effectively convey the message in all its clarity. Far from political politics, these gestures must not be an opportunity for our current leaders to turn them into an election campaign aimed at sinning the voters of any candidate. Amadou Gon would benefit from respecting Ivorians rather than continuing to work in a politics of showmanship," said the MDI president, imbuing himself with the best and well-being of all, "more than ever, we need the unity of all the daughters and sons living in Côte d'Ivoire. We must keep our differences silent and make our efforts to be able to fight effectively and find a solution against this deadly pandemic" is the solemn appeal made by Séri Laurent Digridi, President of the Movement of Ivorian Democrats.
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