His terrible testimony speaks volumes about the trials and threats facing albino in Uganda. In this country, many are killed or chopped up. And some parts of their body were even offered to magicians who made English … called magic.
A dramatic situation that does not only exist in Uganda. In May, Ramata Diarra, a five-year-old albino girl, was kidnapped, shaved and beheaded in Fana, Mali. Defenders of albinos then denounced a "ritual crime" a few weeks before Mali's presidential election.
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This is also what advanced on our set of artist Salif Keïta, himself albino, he struggled to defend their cause. On November 17, he released the album "Another White" which paid homage to Ramata Diarra.
Salif Keïta also participated on November 15 in the first international forum for the adoption of a regional plan for albino in Mali. To change behavior.