The former Minister of Planning and Development of Côte d’Ivoire, announced the Abidjan this July 30, 2022 after more than 20 years of absence, will not come. This decision stems from the fact that security issues related to the return of the Chairman of the Board of Directors (BCP) from Rwanda fees Limited must be settled.
In a press release from his spokesman, Marc-Arthur Gaulithy, who reached KOACI today, we know that the announced return of Tidjane Thiam to Côte d’Ivoire will not finally take place this Saturday, July 30, 2022 .
The Franco-Ivorian banker, excluded from the world of international finance after a Swiss espionage scandal, went to Yamoussoukro before suddenly joining the ranks of the radical opposition of Alassane Ouattara during the presidential election in 2020 (CNT, editor’s note), was therefore forced to cancel his trip to Côte d’Ivoire.
“The authorities informed us that due to security, they did not allow a gathering in the place chosen for the reunion; the same place that Tidjane Thiam will use as a residence. The authorities informed us that for security reasons, they did not allow a gathering at the place chosen for the reunion; the same place that Tidjane Thiam will use as a residence. The peace and safety of all are our priorities, and therefore it is with the deepest regret, and great disappointment, that we have to postpone the date of our reunion, which we wish so warmly and fraternally. This decision was very painful to make, and we only made it after careful consideration, because we know the enthusiasm and the enthusiasm that this visit has evoked”, can we read in the press release.
John Christ, Abidjan