Interior Minister Aly Ngouille Ndiaye spoke for the first time about the alleged corruption scandal revealed by the BBC on June 2. Come and preside over the Ecole Polytechnique Science Days, the Minister of Energy, while accused of plotting with Frank Timis, has even allowed us to advance precise figures of actions that will return to Bp and Kosmos. According to him, Senegal has between 57 and 60% of the shares in these contracts.
Aly Ngouille Ndiaye also says that in the depot that is currently subject to much criticism, and that it concerns the Saint Louis Offshore oil fields, Senegal will be abreast of Mauritania, but it earns more than the others in Know BP and the Cosmos.
"We expect $ 114 billion in revenues and we will end up with $ 57 billion, while Senegal and Mauritania will have $ 23 billion, BP will have $ 8 billion and Cosmos $ 4 billion, said the current Interior Minister, reported by eMedia.