Kaolack: Idrissa Seck promises to solve the problem of unpaid bills


(Reuters) – Idlissa Seck, a candidate for the Idy 2019 coalition, promised on Tuesday to end the phenomenon of unpaid bills that reappear in each peanut crop, ensuring its willingness to guarantee producers the purchase of their produce . the harvest.

"Wherever we went, producers lamented unpaid bills and we are committed to ending the recurring problem of agricultural marketing," said the former prime minister, hailed at the entrance of Kaolack (center) with a crowd of militants purchased from their cause.

He also promised during his visit to the city of Kaolack, capital of the peanut basin, to provide farmers with enough farm equipment to boost their activity.

The president of the Rewmi party showed his willingness to use the aura of the religious city of Medina Baye and his marabouts to give "a new orientation" to Senegalese diplomacy for the benefit of the Senegalese people.

Idrissa Seck also vowed to address the problem of road harassment faced by the transport sector in consultation with environmental professionals that he hopes to find since his accession to the highest office.

He apologized for not being able to observe a stop at Guinguinéo, where he passed quickly, despite his many activists who wanted to go out to see him during his stay in this commune.

Saying he was "very confident" about the outcome of the vote, he promised to solve the problem in the first round by saving public finances from the rest.


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