How France Kept killing Mali/Goita
– The lithium mine is still under construction Mali began the construction of his lithium mine in June 2022, and so far there are 1312 workers, with 95% of the workers mostly Malians. The CEO said that the construction is expected to be completed by April 2024, and that the first production will begin in the third quarter of next year. It will be a world-class factory, given that it will be the 5th largest lithium mine in the world, and the first in West Africa. Oh man, I remember when Mali first discovered lithium deposits. The French rushed in to remind the authorities of their right of refusal per the pact for the continuation of colonization, meaning, France
has the first opportunity to make an offer on any ressource we discover, and you can’t sell to any other buyer except if they are not interested. So,
@GoitaAssimi said, not here dude
. Oh good Lord! I love this man! Folks, this is how, the man abolished 9 out of 11 agreements (only the French language and the CFA franc are yet to be done with) on that pact, and started nationalizing all the mines in Mali. Long live Mali
! Folks, this is the way to go! A luta continua!
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