January 20, 2023: Aliou B. Diallo, a worthy son magnifies his country

It is no secret that the blessed child of Kayes has to stop supporting his country at all times and in all circumstances despite the peaks he receives from politicians lurking in the shadows.

He was no exception to the rule by serving us a beautiful and good speech during the feast of the armies of this January 20, 2023.

His message in full below

Malian army day, my message.

Our country is celebrating National Army Day on January 20, 2023 in a still difficult security context. Indeed, for more than 10 long years Mali has been facing a multifaceted crisis with a war that has been imposed on us.

No part of our territory is spared. Moreover, since the beginning of 2023, we have witnessed an increase in terrorist attacks against our defense and security forces and against civilian populations. Some of these attacks took place not far from the capital.

To our valiant soldiers who fight day and night to honor their oath, until the ultimate sacrifice, I renew my unwavering support. I am delighted with the rise of our army and its results on the ground.

I pray for the rest of the souls of the many civilian and military victims of this war, I offer my condolences to their families and I wish a speedy recovery to the wounded.

As I proposed in my message of greetings for the New Year 2023, I call on all Malians: both the authorities of the transition and all the components of our nation, without forgetting the signatory movements of the Agreement for peace and reconciliation resulting from the Algiers process, to seal a Pacific Stability Pact for peace and sustainable development for our country.

The search for Mali’s security, food and energy sovereignty is at the heart of my political commitment to winning the battle for sustainable development for the well-being of all Malians. This is why the theme of my campaign in 2018 was the “New Independence”.

We celebrated National Regained Sovereignty Day on January 14.

Make no mistake, true sovereignty will only be regained when we are sovereign in terms of security, food and energy.

The Malian army, which brings together all the components of our society, must be supported by everyone. We will all have to commit ourselves so that our army is better equipped, supervised and trained so that it fulfills its sovereign mission of defending territorial integrity. I salute the remarkable efforts made by the authorities of the transition to acquire important military equipment and massive recruitment into the army.

For my part, with the MALIBA Foundation, which I have the honor of chairing, we have, since the start of this crisis, given our full support to our defense and security forces, which are celebrating their 62nd anniversary today. This resulted in the supply of medicines and medical equipment. We have always provided financial and food support to the families of fallen soldiers and this since the Agel Hoc massacre in 2012 when I gave 50 million CFA francs to widows and orphans who were victims of this barbarity. The Maliba Foundation has also installed water boreholes in military camps.

We will continue to provide this effort for our brave soldiers and their families who deserve the support of all of us until the final victory.

Happy birthday to the Malian army!

Long live the Malian army!

May Allah bless Mali.

Aliou Diallo

Honorary President of ADP – MALIBA

President of the Maliba Foundation

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