His brother-in-law goes on a trip to Europe: Bassirou Ndiaye has a romantic relationship with his wife of 5 years

Trader Bassirou Ndiaye was prosecuted for illegally collecting obscene images and charlatanism, and trader Bassirou Ndiaye was yesterday called to the bar for flagrant delicto in Dakar. He is taken to court by his brother-in-law’s wife, Ndèye Anta Konté, who accuses him of having bewitched her before he had an extra marital relationship with her.

If some people can qualify Bassirou Ndiaye’s gesture, it remains constant that he demonstrated an extremely monstrous act. Instead of taking care of his three wives, he found nothing better to do than have extra marital relationships with his brother-in-law’s wife. The latter, finally aware of this idyll, rejects his wife. In fact, Bassirou Ndiaye lived in his wife’s family home in Pikine. Thus he shared the same concession with Anta Konté, wife of his wife’s brother. She affectionately called him “Papa Bass”.

But their relationship took another turn the day Bassirou began courting her. The girl pulled up her braces. Except that Bassirou gets his chance, the day Anta’s husband decided to join France. As if he was just waiting for it, Bassirou suggested that his brother-in-law’s wife should come with him to see a marabout so he could formulate prayers for her. Naively, she followed him without knowing that she would regret it in the future. Because, as soon as she used the mysterious baths that the marabout had prescribed for her, Anta hung on to the tail of Bassirou, who manipulated her as she pleased. For 5 years, while her husband was in Europe, Anta, who says she was enchanted, followed him wherever he went and let himself be guided, as if all will had left her.

One fine day, Anta’s husband informed her of his decision to return home. Thus, the latter opened up to his lover. Which ordered him to leave the marriage to go to his aunt in Touba because he said he would not tolerate seeing her in the arms of her husband. What the girl accepted without pinching. “Then he joined me in Touba. He had bought me a new chip. The day my husband was to come to Touba, he told me not to accept him. I did everything he asked me to do. “He filmed our jokes when we were in Touba with my aunt. Then he rented me a room in Yeumbeul and forced me not to tell anyone,” said the civilian party.

During the investigation, this mother of 3 children stated that her eldest daughter Thiarra had seen the film of her sexual encounters with Bassirou on her phone. Ndeye Anta Konté, who is aware that she has been marabouted by the latter, goes to Justice.

Accused of illegally collecting obscene images and charlatanism, trader Bassirou Ndiaye appeared in court yesterday in flagrant delicto in Dakar. In the courtroom, he swept aside all the offenses he was charged with. According to him, he never took Anta to a marabout. For the offenses of collecting obscene images, he again denies, claiming that it was the complainant who filmed their intercourse. “I had noble intentions towards her. I wanted to marry her because I felt compassion for her. It was her aunt Fatou Diagne who had promised to give me her hand. So I started visiting him in Touba,” it explains. defendant.

For Mig Abdy Nar Ndiaye, a lawyer for the civil party, the materiality of the offenses of collecting and possessing obscene images is beyond doubt. For quackery, the black cloak claims that there are irresistible truths in Africa, but unprovable. To this end, he asked the judge to declare Bassirou Ndiaye reached and convinced of the facts of which he is accused, and to order him to pay him an amount of 2,500,000 francs for any cause of injury to his client. Convinced of the context, the representative of the public prosecutor requested the application of the law.

Speaking, in turn, the lawyer who defended the defendant noted that the offenses suffered by his client suffer from materiality. “No evidence has been presented to justify my client’s guilt,” he says. The case is pending before the court on March 29.

Adja K. Thiam (Actusen.sn)

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