Report on the IBSSA activities in Senegal
IBSSA in cooperation with CIA (Cooperazione Internazionale Anticrimine) organised the first training seminar in Dakar in February 2012 for the Government Guards of Senegal.
During the special training 4 people of the participants – who joined IBSSA and became full members – received their Membership Certificates as well as the IBSSA ID-cards with leather holders.
The documents were handed over officially to the new members by Dr. Ugo GERVASI – International Coordinator of IBSSA, and Mr. Lamine FAYE – Representative of IBSSA for Senegal, who is also Head of the Special Department providing security for the President of Senegal.
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