Mali’s president, Ibrahim Boubacar Keita, and major opposition leader Imam Mahmud Dicko have parked their differences for a day to congratulate the Malians on the Muslim festival of Eid al Adha amid the political crisis that is going through the African country. .
“May the crimes suffered or caused be forgiven! May Mali, united and peaceful, continue the work of stabilization and development in which it is committed! May all children of this great country of faith and work look at it!”, Said a speech by the news portal Malijet.
For his part, Dicko dedicated the same message during prayer in his mosque in the Badalabougou district in the capital Bamako.
“Each of us has to face violence. But the Malian people have the necessary resources to drive the demons out of the split, from the discord, out of our country, so that people can find themselves, so let us have a stable Mali in Have peace and be on the way to rest, “said Radio France International.