Kénédougou: The new album by the artist Djéli Lafialé presented to the press

The managerial staff of HO Production was in front of the media women and men of the city of the orchard on the evening of Saturday June 29, 2024, to present the very first musical work by the artist Djéli Lafialé, an album composed of 8 titles entitled ”AN KA BEN”, which means “Agreement” in the national Dioula language.

Djéli Lafialé, in the civil registry, is called Adama Diabaté, from a family of griots, was born in 1995 in Samogohiri, in the province of Kénédougou.

The man took his first steps in music with an album composed of 8 tracks entitled ‘AN Ka BEN’, which means ‘Agreement’ in the national Dioula language.

In front of the women and men of the media from Orodara, the aim was to present to them this new album which addresses issues related to understanding, solidarity, love and integrity.

According to the artist, Djéli Lafialé, his beginnings in music were punctuated with difficulties including the lack of financial means to support himself, the neglect towards his peers that he suffered duri
ng social events such as weddings and baptisms. The latter, he added, refused to let him perform.

In short, Djéli Lafialé was revealed to the public in 2023 during the final of the first edition of Kénédougou RAP competition organized by H. O production.

‘That day I saw in him a hidden talent that must be produced. ‘It is this dream that is being realized today,’ indicated the promoter of the said structure, Ousmane Hébié.

He launched an appeal to all those of good will for support to the artist to enable him to succeed in his musical career.

The promoter of H. O production expressed his gratitude and appreciation to the local press for their availability and support.

In the same vein, godfather Bakouto Ibrahim Ouattara and godmother Mariam Ouattara also reiterated their thanks to the women and men of the media for this collaboration.

Source: Burkina Information Agency

Sanguié: the population of Kordié offers 266,000 FCFA to the VDPs

A fundraiser, at the initiative of the president of the special delegation of the commune of Kordié, made it possible to raise the sum of 266,000 CFA francs to support the Volunteers for the Defense of the Fatherland (VDP) in their very beneficial tasks. It was Saturday June 29, 2024 at Kordié town hall.

The Village Development Councils (CVD) of the sixteen villages of the commune of Kordié responded to the call for solidarity launched by the PDS, Gueswendé Léopold Segueda, for the benefit of the VDP.

When counting the contributions, 9 CVDs present gave the sum of 266,000 FCFA. Those absent promised to return their donations later.

In view of this gesture, the PDS of the commune, Gueswendé Léopold Segueda, is delighted in these terms: ‘I am really pleased to see the attitude of the population who does not hesitate to lend a hand to the VDP to reassure them of its unfailing support.

And to explain the reason which prevailed for the collection of these support funds: ‘The VDP came to submit a grievance to m
e, namely support for the plastering of four combat posts that they built (in banco) in their headquarters in order to be more operational. And as the town hall does not have resources in this area, we turned to the population to contribute, added the PDS, given the risks of deterioration of the structures with bad weather.

It is therefore through the CVD that the populations of the different villages were made aware. Aware of the VDP’s patriotic commitment to watch over the commune, they did not hesitate for a single moment to make themselves useful.

Thus, each village had promised, depending on its size, to contribute 10,000 F or 20,000 F. And against all expectations, apart from Kordié center which gave 50,000 F, the others raised their shares to 25,000 F for some and 30,000 F for others.

Mr. Segueda, who had at his side the secretary general of the town hall and the head of the national police station of Kordié, while verbally thanking the CVD for this combined effort, reassured that the amount collect
ed would go for the plastering of the four posts constructed and operational matters of the headquarters, including fuel supply for patrols.

Note that a first collection, in the meantime, had made it possible to raise more than 600,000 F for the peace effort.

Source: Burkina Information Agency

Kadiogo: High Commissioner orders culling of stray dogs in Sector 9 due to rabies

Ouagadougou: The High Commissioner of Kadiogo province, Maurice Konaté, ordered the immediate slaughter of stray dogs and monkey cats in the Ouidi district of Ouagadougou, declared infected with rabies.

Sector 9 in district 2 of Ouagadougou was declared infected with rabies by an order from the High Commissioner of Kadiogo province, who consequently ordered a series of measures including the killing of stray dogs, cats and monkeys in the neighborhood.

According to the decree, all dogs, cats and monkeys are sequestered for 2 months and strays killed without delay by the competent services. The movement of dogs, cats and monkeys, except those on a leash, is prohibited from June 15 to July 15.

The same source specifies that dogs wearing a collar with a distinctive mark were captured and impounded for a period of 48 hours from the date of publication.

With the exception of animals bitten by a dog, cat, or monkey up to date with their vaccination, those bitten by a rabid dog are slaughtered and their corpses b
uried, indicates the decree.

Concerning animals that have been bitten and are up to date with their vaccination, they are revaccinated within 7 days.

Placed under surveillance by the services of the provincial directorate in charge of animal resources, the infected district is declared a sequestration zone by the decree.

Source: Burkina Information Agency

Tunisia says legal African migrants are welcome at home

Ouagadougou: The head of Tunisian diplomacy Nabil Nammar assured Monday that legal migrants from Burkina Faso and other African countries are welcome in his country. He called for a joint fight against mafia gangs, which profit from illegal migration.

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Cooperation: the Minister in charge of Foreign Affairs of Tunisia at the President of Faso

(Ouagadougou, July 1, 2024). The President of Faso, Captain Ibrahim TRAORE granted an audience this Monday morning to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Migration and Tunisians Abroad, Nabil AMMAR. The Tunisian minister is in Ouagadougou for the 8th session of the Burkina Faso-Tunisia joint commission.

With the Head of State, ‘I was able to discuss the commitment of both parties to boost cooperation and bilateral ties between Tunisia and Burkina Faso,’ declared Nabil AMMAR who praised the excellence of the cooperation between the two countries.

According to him, ‘these relations, which h
ave always been excellent and fraternal between people and countries, can only develop further.’ As part of the 8th session of the joint commission, he mentioned the presence of a large ministerial delegation and the president of Tunisian employers accompanied by a delegation of businessmen, “to give concrete expression to this session and raise our bilateral relations to a higher level.’

The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Migration and Tunisians Abroad, Nabil AMMAR also discussed international politics with President Ibrahim TRAORE. On a bilateral level, discussions focused on health repatriation and the development of health cooperation, without forgetting the migration issue.

‘All legal migrations from Burkina and other African countries are absolutely welcome; they should even be encouraged and developed in our two countries. It goes in the direction of the development of the economy of the two countries and of our relations,’ indicated Nabil AMMAR. He also called on all countries to coordinate their effo
rts to fight together against mafia gangs, which profit from illegal migration.

‘We cannot accept that our children, whether they are Burkinabè, Tunisian or other African nationalities, are the victims of these mafia networks. We must not give in to the media campaign which is carried out solely to put certain countries in difficulty, for political interests,’ concluded Minister Nabil AMMAR.

Source: Burkina Information Agency