Serigne Modou Mbacké, Serigne Moustapha Ndiatté's son is particularly embarrassed by "" making Touba's policy. "I think the Dakaractu cloister, the religious leadership" is absolutely terrifying, people make a name, do not hang in the courts, foolish, slandering, insulting, disrespecting. & # 39; & # 39;
As he did not want to play a moralizing role, the leader of young religions appears as a model for praying the politicians' sympathy with social networks, for insulting and, above all, for rejecting religious leaders. Familiar with the regime. "When people are beaten and shot when they are beaten, the situation has become quite serious," he said.
According to Darou Khoudoss Khalife, President Macky Sall is also a victim of inappropriate authorizations by some of his tenants. "These losses are somewhat dependent on the type of situation. Actually, Macky does not have to suffer the Touba election by giving him many of his achievements. Just The Touba highway is a political argument enough. & # 39; & # 39;
Apart from being bitter pimps of the Sall regime, Serigne Modou Mbacké Ndiatté does not fail, knowing that the Mbacké municipalities dominate unknown people. "As far as Touba is concerned, he cites the presidential movement, which is a powerful leadership that is missing out on the Mbacké commune. There are no political unpredicts. Today's political leaders are arguable and lacking personality, justifying the leadership they want to claim. The need for a person who is practicing a particular one is a vision of ideas. Money is not an argument. & # 39; & # 39;
Serigne Modou Mbacke has also declared that the religious beliefs of the Senegalese candidates are included in the election presidential elections. It is not mandatory to know that the President is a mourite, knowing that Tidiane is something or something. We need the General State related to the well-being of the interested person. Everything we can say, we have little to lose the president Sall. It is worth a second period. & # 39; & # 39;
Asked about Karim Wade, Serigne Modou Mbacke Senegal's independence is an intangible principle in Senegal and abroad.