Nando Bodha, the Leader of the Rassemblement Mauricien, who is one of the partners of the l’Espoir coalition, did not participate in the wreath-laying ceremony alongside Navin Ramgoolam, Paul Bérenger and Xavier-Luc Duval on Wednesday at Pointe Canon. He organized a ceremony on his own and in a statement after the ceremony, he said that “it is the people who decide who will be Prime Minister.” For him, a Prime Minister must have determination, vision, and love for the people and said that he has those qualities.
According to Nando Bodha, modern slavery is a sort of continuing enslavement. He also asserts that slavery manifests itself in various ways, including drug use and poverty, both of which “take an unbelievable toll.” “When a government thinks it is the master and owner of the nation, we also have a type of slavery. Tou sa nou bizin libre “Mauricien, the Rassemblement’s leader, stated.
The RM Leader made a statement about the abolition of slavery and claimed that there are lessons to be gained from the past. “The conflict began in the fifteenth century. After several hundred years, freedom was achieved. Many lessons can be drawn from the suffering of slaves and the fight for freedom“, added Nando Bodha.