It has now been over a week since Diary Sow, a Senegalese student, disappeared. This 20-year-old girl is a brilliant student in scientific preparation for the grandes écoles at the prestigious Lycée Louis Le Grand in Paris. His peers from Louis Le Grand High School are worried about his disappearance.
On the walls of the Lycée Louis Le Grand there are posters showing the photo of Diary Sow. In front of the entrance to the company, a group of students discuss. They have not been aware of the disappearance of the Senegalese student for a long time and say they are worried.
“I heard about it last night in the classroom,” said a first high school student. Other than that, I had no information before. It began to be forwarded to CVL, Maison des lycéens and high school associations. ”
Another student exclaims, “It’s scary. It’s so close to us. And it’s been so long and we’re hearing about it now. “
It must be said that the French press did not talk much about this worrying disappearance. But this high school student hopes that the result will be happy: “We really hope to find her alive, in good health and without trauma. We all hope she’s well. We hope this is the healthiest scenario and that it is her own decision if she is gone. We really hope nothing bad has happened to him. “
Senegalese students mobilized
A police investigation is currently underway and Senegalese students are distributing leaflets with the picture of Diary Sow in the streets of Paris. A Sorbonne student involved in research points to the media’s silence in France about this disappearance: “Only the Senegalese media are interested in it. […] But it is useless because Diary did not disappear in Senegal, she disappeared in France. I think all the French media should talk about it, because if a French woman disappears, all the media will talk about it. ”
For his part, the Senegalese ambassador to Paris, El Hadji Magatte Sèye, has set up a daily monitoring committee. He returns in particular to the unfolding of facts: “The absence of Mrs Diary Sow was noticed on January 4 because it is the resumption of classes and she did not return to class. Academic authorities are concerned about his absence after two days. A brilliant student that you do not see after two days, you are worried. ”
El Hadji Magatte Sèye, Senegalese Ambassador to Paris: “Police continue their investigative work to explore all roads”