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Salif Sadio


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Sall safe for second term

Today the movement consists of a few dozen men clustered around the rebel leader Salif Sadio who are hiding in the forests near Bignona from which they emerge to stage armed robberies abduct people and steal food...


Separatists on the march

Although the leader of the MFDC Salif Sadio declared a unilateral ceasefire in 2014 after talks with Macky Sall's government at the Vatican the rebels continue to operate and in 2017 defied the Economic Community of West African States' intervention in Gambia by siding with forces loyal to the then President Yahya Jammeh...


Sall and the separatists

Different factions of the MFDC criticised them heavily for relying too much on veteran commander Salif Sadio who is seen by his rivals as a dangerous self-promoting maverick...


Crossing the river

Rebel fighters crossed too: their leader Salif Sadio slipped over to evade capture by Guinea Bissau and Senegalese commandos...


Too much sopi

This happened at Guidel south-east of Ziguinchor said to be the power base of Salif Sadio leader of a faction opposing the peace process...


Wade's blue wave

The Senegalese armed forces have since staged a series of offensives supposedly targeting the forces of Salif Sadio the hardline opponent of Abbé Augustin Diamacoune Senghor who signed the peace accord on behalf of the Mouvement des Forces Démocratiques de la Casamance in March...


Catching the boat

Mane was Mandinka of Gambian origin and the patron of the hardest-line elements of the MFDC's Front Sud led by Salif Sadio...

Alive or dead Salif Sadio has lost out...


Wade makes his mark

Diola are the backbone of the uprising (though the hawkish leader of the southern front of the Mouvement des Forces Démocratiques de la Casamance Salif Sadio is a Malinke-influenced Balante)...


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