Abdoulazize Bamogo vice-president of the Superior Council of Communication (CSC) resigns from his functions
The vice-president of the Superior Council of Communication (CSC), Abdoulazize Bamogo presented this Monday, May 30, 2022 his letter of resignation from the post of vice-president of the CSC.
After three and a half years as vice-president of the CSC, Abdoulazize Bamogo left his post on Monday, May 30, 2022.
In his letter of resignation, he said he was satisfied with the work done with his fellow advisers. “Without false modesty, we can be satisfied with the results achieved thanks to everyone’s support, when we consider today the confidence that the CSC enjoys with players in the media and communication sector. It is a great and precious achievement that we must work (constantly and firmly) to protect, because nothing is definitively won, ”he writes.
The resigner praised the spirit of collegiality which enabled the institution to restore its image after a long period of crisis.
According to Abdoulazize Bamogo, they owe « this success also to a certain survival instinct: having understood very early on that it was the poor quality of relations within the previous college that led to its failure, we consciously and unconsciously resolved, to remain united by listening, sincere dialogue and mutual respect ».
Since the resignation of the president of the CSC, Mathias Tankoano in September 2021, it is the vice-president Abdoulazize Bamogo who took over the interim. He resigns when the councilors must elect a new president the hours or days that follow.
“However, I remain available to our college to carry out any mission it wishes to entrust to me. I would also like to assure you of my availability to accompany the new vice-president who will emerge from the upcoming elections”, concluded Abdoulazize Bamogo.