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Fire of Notre-Dame de Paris: African Heads of State Criticized for their Messages of Support

It is a gigantic fire that the Parisian populations have lived this Monday, April 15, 2019 shortly before 19:00 at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. If we stick to the Prefecture of Paris, the fire probably destroyed the place where restoration work was in progress. Some time later, French President Emmanuel Macron promised that the cathedral will be rebuilt.

This Tuesday morning, the firefighters announced that they managed to control the fire. They also indicated that the structure of Our Lady was ” saved and preserved in its entirety “.

On social networks, several messages of compassion were sent to the French people following this disaster. Several African heads of state like Roch Marc Christian Kabore, Macky Sall, Alpha Conde, Alassane Ouattara have sent messages to President Macron and all the French people following this serious fire.

King Mohammed VI of Morocco has sent a message of support and solidarity to President Emmanuel Macron and his “emotional thoughts to the entire French people, whose cathedral is one of the symbols of his history, noting that this catastrophe affects no only one of the most emblematic historical monuments of the city of Paris, but also a place of prayer and meditation for millions of faithful around the world. “

Fire of Notre-Dame de Paris: African Heads of State criticized for their messages of support

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Fire of Notre-Dame de Paris: African Heads of State criticized for their messages of support

Fire of Notre-Dame de Paris: African Heads of State criticized for their messages of support

Fire of Notre-Dame de Paris: African Heads of State criticized for their messages of support

Messages that have been criticized by several African netizens who believe that African presidents do not express the same solidarity and assistance to theirs.

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Traoré, one of them has also pointed out that there have recently been 147 dead during a massacre in Mali and it has not aroused so much compassion. It is as if the fire at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris was more heart-felt than the hundreds of deaths recorded on the African continent. An attitude of African heads of state that many Internet users, mostly African, strongly condemn.

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