DANGNOKO Mohamed Sangoulé is a journalist based in Bamako, Mali. I am Mohamed Sangoulé DANGNOKO born January 11, 1989 in Bamako. I hold a master's degree in law from the Faculty of Juridical and Political Sciences (FSJP) of Bamako and a Higher Diploma in Journalism and Communication (DSJC) obtained in 2014 at the Center d'Études des Sciences et Techniques de l ' Information (CESTI) from Cheick Anta Diop University in Dakar. I am Image Reporter Journalist, correspondent for several media (Medi1tv, VOA). I am a TV, web and radio content producer. The subjects: security, politics, environment and sports make up the bulk of my productions.
Un Stand Up pour expliquer les conditions dans lesquelles le président de la transition malienne, Le colonel Assimi Goïta a failli être égorgé à la grande mosquée de Bamako.
Trois jeunes de Mahina, cercle de Bafoulabé, région de Kayes ont tenté l'immigration clandestine. Ils ont échoué. Ils sont de retour et tentent de se reconstruire avec l'aide de la Communication.
Report on the difficult situation of women in the Mopti region since the start of the security crisis
Report on an initiative that aims to train young Malians in fashion design
Report on the success of motorcycle taxis which are essential in the habits of Malians
Report 24 hours after the mutiny that led to the August 18 coup in Mali
stand Up to take stock of a terrorist attack against Malian soldiers
A report on the difficult working conditions of women in the Mopti region since the start of the security crisis
Report on child labor, especially young girls on traditional gold panning sites, resulting in dropping out of school
Report of the visit of the ECOWAS envoys for a successful transition in Mali
Account of the terrorist attack which targeted the Malian armed forces in the locality of Tessit region of Gao which resulted in a death toll of 33.
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