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The singer and songwriter Coumba Gawlo Seck has solemnly called  young Africans to stay in their countries to work and earn their living.

"Young people must stay and live in Africa. It is necessary to belive and say out loud that our country is the best," said the Senegalese singer, APS's guest. According to her, "a lot of things are happening in Africa and African leaders have to take responsibility and have to work on priorities so that young people can work there.

"Young Africans have gone crazy in Libya, they go there without remembering their name or their country of origin and they walk in the streets, some die in the sea", denounced the artist who invited the African decision-makers to respond to the current phenomenon of migration.

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