Monthly Archives: September 2016

The flight of hope is landing to Burkina Faso. And Alima is very happy to find back her family. Gone in adventure for the Libyan petro-dollars, she was very far to imagine the chores and hard time that she’ll go through. A job? Yes she got one but in Libya work doesn’t always mean collecting money. This country is like ruled by nobody. Polices forces are harassing migrants. Continue reading



September the 16th 2015, black day for democracy in Burkina Faso. RSP broke into the presidential palace cabinet meeting room. A weekly cabinet meeting is disrupted. Few minutes later Heavy guns, machine guns were shooting everywhere in the capital city. Ministers were forced to quite quickly the presidential palace. This is the first time that this footage is released.  Ministers were rushing to get out from Kossyam but at the doors militaries standing at the doors with heavily weapons ordered them to go back. Embarrassed by this situation they decided definitely to walk in the yard of the palace looking for a place to shelter. They finally gathered to comfort themselves under the shade of this tree. Meanwhile worldwide eyes were gazing at Burkina. witness of my colleague who was sent there to cover the cabinet meeting. Continue reading

 August the 27th was a very special day at Zorgho. This district located at about 100 km from Ouagadougou gazed all the attention of people. All the koglweogo fellows meet here with the main purpose of handing over officially all the weapons and equipment captured in the hands of robbers and other bad persons. By handing these materials to Simon Compaore State minister and minister in charge of Security, the koglweogo fellows want to prove one more again their will to collaborate with security forces in fighting against banditry. Cannabis, riffles, modern and traditional guns, cold weapons, 9 scooters, a bicycle and some other equipment are composing the kogleweogo’s take. For the minister Simon Compaore, Koglweogo fellows decided to walk according to the rule and laws of the republic. He calls them to be more cooperative and more disciplined and weaponless.

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