For a better tomorrow22/07/2020

I am delighted to share some excerpts from the book.

"News from elsewhere"

The author of this text says: After some adventures, with his left leg amputated, he reached Burkina Faso and became a Burkinabé citizen. From there he received news from elsewhere, namely from Côte d'Ivoire. So that other innocent people do not experience the same horrors, so that other children do not become orphans, so that other families are not divided and so that lives are not destroyed, he implores and asks only for peace, wishes peace to each and every person, peace even though he has decided not to return to Côte d'Ivoire. This text is a cry of love that springs from the heart of a survivor of the massacres, urging only that peace be restored so that others can live a happier life than him.

"Peace: a medicine"

For peaceful elections, Ivorians and residents must diffuse the aerosol peace spray everywhere to make Côte d'Ivoire a haven and a model of peace for a strong and united Africa. Peace does not need a doctor or a pharmacy, it is delivered everywhere and free of charge. This text is a call to raise awareness among Ivorians to promote peace.

"We can't abandon them"

Although there have been mistakes, young people are invited to get their act together, to put aside their egos and interests so that peace can reign. Unlike adults and elders, in order to continue the work of Houphouët Boigny, they must create strong men in a peaceful country and commit to a strong dynamic for change. This text, which calls for raising the awareness of young people so that they commit themselves to restoring Peace and Unity in Côte d'Ivoire, is a step towards peace.

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