For those who think that the mayor of Ouéléssebougou, Niankoro said Yeah Samake, candidate for the presidential election of 2012, came to entertain the gallery, they will think again. His candidacy is gaining more ground in the ranks of municipal councilors. This is the case in rural communities and to Ouroun Syentoula, where the mayors of these communities, located in the sub-prefecture Keleya, Bougouni, and several other advisers are preparing to support the nomination. Interested parties have publicly declared in this direction last Friday during a working visit, conducted in the rural town of Ouroun by Yeah Samake and its U.S. partners. For the occasion, Ouroun populations, despite the harvest in full swing now in the area, many came out for a warm welcome to their guests. Justifying the reasons for their allegiance to the candidate of the Patriotic and Civic Action, the Mayor of Syentoula, Faraman Bagayoko said this support by the willingness of Yeah Samake to work for decentralization. Mayor Syentoula, whose resignation is expected in the coming days, plans to invest close to his colleagues the mayors of neighboring municipalities to allow the PACP to achieve its objectives within the framework of the presidential election. Located about thirty miles from Keleya, capital of the prefecture, the municipality of Ouroun suffers from a serious lack of potable water, infrastructure and electricity to her motherhood. These difficulties were, in turn, expressed by various speakers at the meeting that hosted Yeah in this town. In response to these concerns, the mayor-candidate said that experts will soon study the field Ouroun for the installation of a borehole. Yeah who welcomed during this visit the close collaboration between City Hall and the Ouéléssebougou of Ouroun, confided to the people of this town in preparation for the next year’s presidential election. He also invited the people to register as voters massively before making courtesy visits to notable Ouroun. Just after the visit of Ouroun, Yeah Samake and his team have moved on N’piébougou, a village in the municipality of Ouéléssebougou. In the latter locality, trade with people also addressed the lack of infrastructure including water and’adduction elections of 2012.”
November 21, 2011 at 12:33
Thank you, Marissa, for all the inspiring insights and information about your family’s exciting adventure and great work in Mali, West Africa. Yeah’s presidential campaign is already a success in opening so many doors for strengthening the infrastructure of Mali. It won’t be long before countries and corporations are clamoring for a piece of the action! Continued best wishes and love to you all!
November 23, 2011 at 00:25
Thank you Susan for supporting us in the US. We need every heart willing us to succeed.