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    Senegalball, officially the Republic of Senegalball (French: République du Sénégal), is a mutated Pac-Man countryball located in West Africa. Senegalball borders the Atlantic Ocean to the west, Mauritania-icon.png Mauritaniaball to the north and east, Mali-icon.png Maliball to the east, and Guinea-icon.png Guineaball and Guinea-Bissau-icon.png Guinea-Bissauball to the south. In addition, he surrounds Gambia-icon.png Gambiaball.

    He is a member of the African Union-icon.png African Unionball and also is a member of the Atlantic-Niger language family, but his language is more similar to Amazigh and Arab than any other language group. He discovered oil and hates ebola. Senegalball is also the westernmost country within the Old World (Africa, Europe, Asia) and has an overall Sahelian climate.

    His birthday is on April 4th.

    History

    Senegal-icon.png Senegalball was born as an 8-icon.png 8ball, then he was adopted by Ghana Empire-icon.png Ghana Empireball, who gave him independence becoming the Muslim Tekrurball. Some while ago he got annexed by Mali Empire-icon.png Mali Empireball who collapsed and gave independence to some countries like his ancestor Jolof Empire-icon.png Jolof Empireball

    After France-icon.png Franceball got into a war with Kingdom of Portugalball, colonzied the region as French Senegal-icon.png French Senegalball along with Mali-icon.png Maliball and Niger-icon.png Nigerball into Upper Senegal and Nigerball but Franceball divided part of the territory into French Senegal-icon.png French Senegalball. During the colonization some Senegalese people started to get tired of France and started "La Resistance" a separatist movement who got defeated by France. In World War II Free France-icon.png Free Franceball kicked Vichy France-icon.png Vichy Franceball out of his clay with his support but due to the lack of payment and poorness protested against Free France-icon.png Free Franceball with was supressed with a horrible and an unforgetable massacre. After the war French Senegal-icon.png French Senegalball was given automony by France-icon.png Franceball.

    Independence

    On the 4th of April, 1959, Senegalball decided to unite with French Sudan-icon.png French Sudanball to form the Mali Federation-icon.png Mali Federationball, however they split soon after this due to internal power struggles but they are still best bros to this day. Senegal became fully independent on the 20th of June, 1960. After this Senegal and Gambia-icon.png Gambiaball created the Gambia-icon.png Senegambia Confederationball. Unfortunately to political problems, Gambia took his independence, stealing all the river from Senegalball and not sharing even one bit of water. Senegalball He likes taking up Gambia-icon.png Gambiaball's personal space.

    Senegalball later tried another alliance with Gambia-icon.png The Gambiaball to establish the Senegal-icon.pngGambia-icon.png Senegambia Confederationball on 1 February 1982, but later dissolved again in 1989. Despite formal peace talks, a separatist group in Casamanceball has sporadically clashed with government forces since.

    Relations

    Friends

    Neutral

    • Iran-icon.png Iranball - We were ok till tu sent help to Casamance terrorists for kill 3 sénégalais soldiers. My Morocco-icon.png USA-icon.png friends also hate him.
    • Taiwan-icon.png Taiwanball - I keep swapping recognition between you and China-icon.png your brother. Maybe we can into exchanging representative offices?

    Enemies

    How to draw

    Drawing Senegalball is almost simple:

    1. Divide the basic circle shape into three vertical stripes, green, yellow and red
    2. Draw a green star in the center
    3. Draw the eyes and you have finished.

    Gallery

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    Polandball Wiki has a gallery of artwork, comics, gifs and videos of Senegalball.

    Click here to see it.



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