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Mystery surrounds Malian opposition leader's death

afrol News, 14 August - The mysterious death of a Malian opposition leader of the Solidarité Africaine pour la Démocratie et l’Indépendance (SADI), Youssouf Dembélé, has thrown people into endless speculations, with opposition colleagues attributing it to political assassination.

“He was only a victim of political assassination,“ the party’s Communication Secretary, Nouhoun Keita, declared, describing the assassination as a warning to all political activists bent on defending the interest of the local communities.

Dembélé, 58, a Local Secretary of SADI, was found dead on Sunday night in Kolodougou in Segou region.

His party has representation in the Malian government, although it neither claims to be part of the ruling party or the opposition.

SADI polled four seats in the last legislative polls whose results were released by the Constitutional Court at the weekend.

Malian government authorities are yet to react to the allegations.


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