Via Guinéenews.org: "Threat of prosecution" Macky Sall against a Guinean suffering from Ebola: Dr Dansa Kourouma speaks of a lack of solidarity. Excerpt from the Google translation:
Due to Ebola epidemic, Senegal has decided to close its land and air borders with Guinea. A decision that was not well received by both the authorities and the Guinean people. And the tension has recently escalated when, in spite of this closed border, a young Guinean student carrying the Ebola virus, was found in Dakar.
Senegalese President Macky Sall during a ceremony he presided Monday, Sept. 2 in Dakar, has set the cat among the pigeons when he brandished the possibility of a lawsuit against the young Guinean. For many Guineans today, this presidential threat, is the sign of a 'callous disregard' for the whole Guinea and comes as the death knell of the alleged African solidarity 'hypocritical' hammered by leaders continent at each of their reunion.
After the opponent and former candidate for the last presidential election, Fode Mohamed Soumah GECI party (Generation Citizen), it was the turn of Dr Dansa Kourouma, President organizations Guinean civil society to step into the breach to condemn this attitude Senegal's reflecting in his view, a lack of solidarity towards the Guinea and other countries are now affected by the epidemic of Ebola hemorrhagic fever virus. He did say during an exclusive interview he gave to Guinéenews ©.
In managing this epidemic Ebola, President organizations Guinean civil society denounces a lack of solidarity at some countries in the West African sub-region which, instead of collaborating closely, preferring instead to isolate .
"I believe that solidarity is a bit lacking compared to the management of the epidemic," says Dr. Dansa Kourouma, "that is the bitter reality of a lack of cooperation between the countries in the region face the danger posed by the Ebola outbreak that has now over 1900 deaths around 3500 cases identified, mainly in Sierra Leone, Liberia, Guinea and Nigeria."