The disappearance of the young Senegalese student in France for more than five days has created a stir in her country. With the title of “Senegal’s best student”, she was already known for having written a first novel. An investigation is underway.
On social networks, a surge of solidarity calls for Diary Sow, a student in her second year of scientific preparatory class at the Louis-le-Grand high school in Paris, to be found.
Her disappearance has been confirmed by the Senegalese student management service in Paris, following exchanges with her residence and the management of her school. An unjustified absence for more than five days which is a cause for concern.
The services of the Senegalese embassy and consulate in France are mobilized to find the young woman, who lives in the 13th arrondissement of the capital.
“The police and the competent French services are informed and are deploying the diligence that is their responsibility,” said in a statement on behalf of her family Serigne Mbaye Thiam, Minister of Water and Sanitation, who is also her godfather.
Known to her classmates as the “best pupil in Senegal”, she is admired for her brilliant career. She has already published her first novel, Sous le visage d’un ange, published by Harmattan.
Senegalese students started as of Sunday, January 10, photos and posters in hand, research to find her in all districts of Paris.