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Issa Napon

Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso
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About Issa
Issa Napon is a journalist based in Ouagadougou, Centre, Burkina Faso.
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International Solidarity Against Terrorism

01 Mar 2019  |  www.voaafrique.com
Flintlock 2019, an annual military exercise aimed at helping African armies combat terrorist threats, began on February 18 in Burkina Faso under the auspices of the United States. The exercise saw participation from 2000 military personnel from 33 African and European countries.

A reporting in Ouagadougou on the come back of african typical hairstyle named ''Nappy'' (formed by the words:Natural and Happy) or how african women feel better and proud when they look only like themselves.

In the famous theatre of Ouagadougou called CITO . Reporting on the Play''Babou Roi'' (Babou, King)

The ongoing disagreement between Ghanaian and Burkinabe transporters

15 Feb 2017  |  Voice of America
A dispute persists between the Organisation des transporteurs routiers du Faso (Otraf) and a group of dissenters including a union and a transit company based in Ghana. The dissenters criticize Otraf's control over freight transport activities, particularly from the Ghanaian corridor. Romuald Sawadogo of J&E Shipping describes the imposition of a 'loading slip' since 2014, which has caused difficulties for transporters. Otraf's president, Issoufou Maiga, denies any wrongdoing, stating that their contributions range from 300 to 35,000 CFA francs and that they spend 1.5 million CFA francs monthly on assistance for accidents and misunderstandings. Tasséré Ouédraogo, a representative of the Union des chauffeurs routiers du Burkina (UCRB), supports Otraf's actions, criticizing the presence of Ghanaian trucks in Ouagadougou and the hardships faced by Burkinabe drivers in Ghana. The battle for freight control in a sector where over 80% of Burkina's freight is transported by road is expected to see further developments.

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