She presented her new album during an event concert to condemn the albino murders in Africa.
On Saturday, November 17, the legend of African music, Salif Keíta, presented his new album on Fana, a 5-year-old albino girl in Mali, in May, during a tribute concert to condemn ritual murders. Albinos in Africa.
In a magnificent football stadium, the 69-year-old musician, an Albinism of his own, besieged with Senegalese Ismaël Lô, an event never seen before in this city of 20,000 inhabitants, 120 kms away from Bamako. Georgian artist albinos Bera, Malian comedian Yaro and Malian singer Safi Diabaté and Senegalese Maah Koudia Keït are also a supporter of the albino people.
On May 13, Ramata Diarra, a 5-year-old girl, was sleeping in the courtyard of the family and was abducted by armed men in the middle of the night. His body was found several hours later by a mosque. Associations accused a "ritual crime" in the presidential elections. . Why take an innocent, 5-year-old girl's life? Why are you attacking albinos? We're like all other people. We don't want to see this in Mali anymore.
Each year, dozens of albinos are killed and killed by members of Africa, where they are used for rituals, attacks, and then fortune and fortune. "Today everyone knows that a 5-year-old girl is killed because she is an albino in Fana. The world has moved for the reason of my daughter. This world has said that she should no longer drop her arms in order for Albinos to live peacefully around the world." , the daughter's mother Diarra Awa Toure.
Right in front of the stage, right in front of the stage, Ousmane Wele Diallo, dressed in white, said she came along with Bahuo's wife and children to "follow the concert and support our goal by respecting Ramata Diarra." . When there's too much light, I don't particularly like the giant bulbs of the stage, but I accept it for our purpose tonight, iy adds the father, who likes many albinos to suffer from vision problems.
Mali We are here to make sure that those in Ramata will never happen again and we must fight all of us. Launched from. Safi Diabate, "No one should sacrifice albino for their own power, no one hair or albino organs should not sell," he said. Malian slum Karim Diallo, "I am Fana, I am the victims of all the scholars who are a little thirsty for power."
Even though he has already advanced in the evening, Salif Keïta is on stage for a 45-minute demonstration. In this album, another white, according to its last album, is an appeal to former accomplices. Ivorian Alpha Blondy or Beninoise Angélique Kidjo, winks to the younger generation. . I wanted to say goodbye to all my fans, because if I'm still going to be making music here, I won't take the time to make an album, "he said. AFP, after a fifty-year career, thinking "right to rest".