It’s the scandal of the century in Dakarnave. Liberation revealed in an unprecedented and bewildering manner the scandalous 25-year concession contract signed between the State of Senegal and Dakarnave to operate and manage ship repair infrastructures. Entrusted to the Portuguese company Lisenave International Sa
Leonen’s contract stipulates that the state will reimburse Dakarnav for all of its investment, at the end of the concession, in 2024.
The newspaper talks about a nebula of about 202 billion CFA francs. Indeed, 97% of the 202 billion CFA francs generated by this activity went directly to the Portuguese, while the State and Siren, who all invested, find themselves with the crumbs.
Even worse, Lisenave International has profited, completely illegally, from the status of a free-export company, and the audit temporarily estimates the loss of state profits at 7.755 billion CFA francs.
The auditors recommended that Sirn take legal action, but Dakarnav is maneuvering and refusing to inform the auditors of the required financial information
Since 1999, SIRN has made available to Dakarnav executives 24 (24) apartments located in the city center and pays only 60,000-80,000 CFA francs per month.
However, in this area, the monthly rent for an apartment is around 500,000 and 600,000 CFA francs.