This book features the testimony of a humanitarian worker who witnessed the aftermaths of war: Dandi Lou saw danger coming and tried to thwart it from exploding in Côte d'Ivoire, preaching peace to all the political leaders of her country and those who claimed to be heirs of late President Houphouet-Boigny. Yet, it did not save the country from burning since these leaders found nothing better than make fun of her. Called "the cry baby", she decided to write this book to yearn for peace and a renewed and united country, land of opportunities and welfare for all the Ivorian people.
"Peace is the fruit of justice. Until, from above, the spirit is poured upon us. Then the desert will become an orchard, while the orchard will have the value of a forest. Then justice will dwell in the desert and in the orchard, justice will establish. The fruit of righteousness will be peace: justice will produce quietness and assurance forever. My people will be established in a quiet area. " The Holy Bible, Isaiah - 32, 15-18
DEDICATION I dedicate this book to my family, especially to my children and grandchildren. My family has always been sacrificed due to my commitment for the humanitarian action within the HCR and for building of peace within the NGO VAAWW. I dedicate this book to all the innocent victims of salvage wars, particularly to the children and women who always pay heavy tributes from the drifts of political leaders in Africa. st I dedicate this book to our regretted Nanan Amon Tokou, 1 King of Anoumaba, who understood earlier the meaning of my struggle for peace. He has actively devoted his time by my side in the process of searching for peace.