Wakit Tama Mobilises Against National Dialogue By Chadian Junta

The Chadian citizen platform says no child of Chad should be excluded from the Inclusive Dialogue.

The citizen platform in Chad, Wakit Tama, is urging Chadians to massively come out on May 10, 2020 in protest against the Inclusive National Dialogue called by the Chadian military transitional junta.

“No child of Chad must be excluded from this dialogue, otherwise there would be no dialogue,” Wakit Tama said in a statement issued on Friday, April 29.

It said  the dialogue slated for May 10 should be seen as “Exclusion Dialogue”.

“The said dialogue is a scheme by dupes, pregnant with egoism, duplicity and hypocrisy which is about to be held on May 10 without Wakit Tama and its partners.

“Without common acceptance of an egalitarian participation in the dialogue, the peace being searched for would not be found,” it said.

The movement said the dialogue would only lead to the division of Chad or the consecration of a clanic regime.

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