Motion Y is full, it is at the heart of investigating illicit financing. His partner, the French leader Afrique, has just lost his entitlement and must stop his activity in Senegal. While some observers reject political motives, the interior minister calls for "failure."
The authorities of Senegal have been investigating the funding of Y En and several partners for almost six months. "The Interior Ministry has noted violations," he says Young Africa Minister Aly Ngouille Ndiaye, It was in this context that an "administrative audit" was opened in June, which, according to the minister, "has found that there has been a breach of the funding rules of the association concerning the Senegal Y association, the foreign association Lead Francophone Africa and the NGOs Oxfam and Osiwa."
Oxfam International and Open Society Initiative for West Africa (Osiwa) implemented programs with Y in 2013 and 2014. The head of the African Francophone Association provided financial and administrative management to the civil movement. But November 5 is his