The former head of the presidential cabinet of Kais Saied, Nadia Akecha felt that immersing her name in cases that have nothing to do with her is “appalling” and “shameful”.
Akecha affirmed that she had a lot of silence out of respect for the duty of reserve and sense of responsibility.
“Implicating my name in a business that has nothing to do with me is appalling and shameful! I kept silent a lot out of respect for my duty of reserve and a sense of responsibility towards my country, but before this absurdity, and this desire to distort, just because I succeeded where others failed … I think it is essential to state the truth … tomorrow is near. She threatened.
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