Mamou, a crossroads town but also a border town with Sierra Leone, where large quantities of Indian hemp are produced, is nowadays a hub for this lucrative traffic. The huntings organized lately have allowed the seizure of 1755kg of Indian hemp still called cannabis. This amount cremated this Saturday, July 6, 2019 is the result of two years of seizure in Mamou.
The Dounkiwal dump, located 8km from the town of Mamou served as a framework for this incineration. Under the watchful eye of the officers, several packages containing this substance, were landed by security officers who tore the bags to spread the drug before watering with 40 liters of gasoline. The firing created panic among some who preferred to move away.
Elhadj Sidiki Camara, Attorney General of the Mamou Court of First Instance, reviews the order authorizing this cremation "This order is the result of 25 decisions issued within 2 years (from 17 January 2017 to 18 June 2019) by the Mamou Court of First Instance. All these decisions ordered the incineration of the quantities of drugs seized by our valiant security forces. This harmful substance not only contributes to the mental state of our youth but also the basis of the serious crime that we know today. That is why we must all stand up as one man to continue to fight this scourge that iteratively gangrenes our society, "he said.
This cremation took place in the presence of administrative and health authorities, officers, agents of the judicial police and magistrates of Mamou.
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