Alhousseini Alhadji is a journalist, director of Jamana radio in Timbuktu, also regional coordinator of URTEL. He entered this radio station since 2003 just after graduating from his DEF with the children's show he hosted and continues to host today. Since 2005 when he did his first training in Bamako as a media man, he has been increasing his training to perform in this profession he loves so much. He entered the blogger class in 2011. He benefited from 2 stages of training as part of blogging in Ouagadougou in 2011 and 2012 in Abidjan. Alouss, as some people call him, is also a professor of philosophy from ENSUP. Alouss has worked with several media outlets as a correspondent. He joined Radio Jamana as a young host, the radio was only 3 years old. Today the radio turned 19. He is now editor for the benbere.org site, VOA correspondent in Timbuktu. He is also editor-in-chief of the "SYSTEME DM" project.
Manque de place dans les cimetières de Bamako
Ce élément sonore porte la ‘’Sécurisation du transport entre le Mali et le Burkina’’. Face à la montée fulgurante des groupes terroristes dans la bande sahélo sahélienne, la sécurité des transports fait débats au niveau des zones frontalières.
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