The Caisse Nationale de Sécurité Sociale (CNSS) has responded to the Head of State’s appeal to contribute to the peace effort with a sum of 100 million FCFA. The institution’s managers handed over the cheque to the authorities, in the presence of the Minister of State, Civil Service and Social Protection, and the Minister of Territorial Administration, Decentralization and Security, on Tuesday, July 25th, 2023 in Ouagadougou.
Following in the footsteps of several other companies, CNSS has also just contributed 100 million CFA francs to the Patriotic Support Fund. This patriotic support was warmly welcomed by Bassolma Bazié, Minister of State, Civil Service and Social Protection. After expressing the government’s gratitude, he praised CNSS’s “exemplary behavior.”
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The Minister of State for the Civil Service, Bassolma Bazié, calls on Burkinabè to join in the general mobilization
He urged the people to remain mobilized in this drive to contribute to the peace effort. “It’s a gesture of solidarity with the fighting forces and the people,” said Security Minister Emile Zerbo, who welcomed the gesture.
“We need the population to get more organized so that the Head of State’s appeal is always heard, whether in Burkina Faso or abroad”, he said.
Security Minister Emile Zerbo expresses the government’s gratitude to CNSS
For CNSS General Manager Dr Yacouba Herman Nacambo, this sum for the Patriotic Support Fund is a response to the call for voluntary contributions launched by the Head of State, Captain Ibrahim Traoré. “This action reflects the CNSS’s commitment to the reconquest of the national territory, the return of internally displaced persons (IDPs) to their localities, and national cohesion”, said the CNSS General Manager.
According to its General Manager, this is not the CNSS’s first gesture. In 2019, the institution donated more than 23 million worth of foodstuffs to the IDPs, and in 2022 it will donate 30 motorcycles to the national army.
CNSS General Manager Dr Yacouba Herman Nacambo reassured the audience that this donation would not be the last
The Minister of State took the opportunity to make a clarification. “In public opinion, we hear certain interpretations saying why one minister and not another. For example, people are going to say why it’s the Minister of State who’s doing the reception instead of the Minister of the Economy. I’d like to point out that each minister has two representatives. If the minister in charge isn’t there, someone else represents him or her”, he explained.
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