The former Sherpa of the first five-year term of the ousted regime of Ibrahim Boubacar KEÏTA, Moussa MARA (April 2014- January 2015), began an African political tour since October 10. Objective: to perk up the troops of his Yelema party and share in an inclusive approach his social project with the Malian community living in this region of the continent for the next presidential election. Challenges
The President of the Yelema party, Moussa MARA unfolds his political agenda in contact with the Malian community abroad. According to information received by Confidential Africa, the former Prime Minister arrived in Brazzaville on Sunday October 10 for a stay of a few days in the region.
In the afternoon of his arrival, Moussa MARA had a working meeting with the officials of his Yelema party, to provide a detailed update on the establishment and preparation of the political formation for the next electoral contests in Mali.
Head also to Pointe Noire, the economic capital of Congo, Monday, October 11 to meet the strong Malian colony that lives in this city.
On the menu of activities, Moussa MARA paid courtesy visits to notables and fruitful discussions with leading community leaders. He went to the market where many compatriots officiate and sacrificed himself at a general public meeting during which he urged the Malians to help the country, by all means and to work for a successful transition of the current regime.
On the third day of his tour, his audience with the Minister in charge of Malians Abroad is displayed on his teleprompter. The latter was on a mission in the Congo. Moussa Mara took advantage of his stay to pay a courtesy visit to the Ambassador of Mali in Congo Brazzaville, HE Mr. Maiga who is at the end of his mission. During this visit, he had discussions with diplomatic staff.
Finally, there was a discussion session with the CSDM, an organization of Malians living abroad. A very lively and interactive discussion with the members of the office on the difficulties Malians face in obtaining administrative papers. Candidate Moussa Mara provided explanations and promised to pass the information on to the authorities leading the transition. Other Malian officials were entitled to visits including Yoka Bernard. In Congo, Malians feel at home and live in harmony with the population. They work and repatriate the wealth to Mali.
Malian accountant and statesman, Moussa MARA, won 1.5% of the vote in the 2013 presidential election before being the very first young Prime Minister of Mali from April 2014 to January 2015.
This emblematic figure of the Malian political landscape is already on his big crutches to bring Malians together around the essential. In sight, the next presidential election that Yelema intends to approach with serenity
By Hugues DESORMAUX (Confidential Africa)