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US News of the entire regions of Burkina Faso under the control of Jihadists

13:10  27 october  2021
13:10  27 october  2021 Source:   francetvinfo.fr

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Schools closed, interrupted road links, absent administration ... The region of the Tapoa would be in the hands of the terrorists.

  Des régions entières du Burkina Faso sous le contrôle des jihadistes © Provided by FranceInfo

This is a cry of the heart that Marcel Ooba launched, a young in the Tapoa region, one of the 45 provinces of Burkina Faso, at the extreme east of the country. The region stuck between Niger and Benin would be according to him left in the hands of the terrorists. All schools are closed and economic activity at a stop. "Financial institutions have folded luggage, closed markets and no mayor can still go to the spot. The carriers have stopped traffic and it is no longer possible to return home," said the young man to a group journalists gathered in Ouagadougou.

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since 18 October, according to him, all schools are closed and the state does not control anything in this province of 15,000 km², composed of eight communes. "The villages have been successively occupied by the terrorists in sight and the Su of all."

The Tapoa region is bordering the Pentjari Park, Benin. In 2019, terrorists had removed two French tourists and guide them, and then had retained in Burkina with their hostages. During the rescue operation two members of the French special forces had found death.

In a report released in early October, the Ministry of Education recognizes the closure of 2,244 schools across the country, a little more than 10% of schools. These closures, imposed for security reasons, affect more than 300,000 students.

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"To revolt"

The young man, somewhat utopian, called for a start of the country to "revolt against terrorists". Because the country is more than ever in the terrorist cyclone eye. "Al-Qaeda violence and Daesh has made thousands of deaths and moved more than 1.4 million people in this previously peaceful West African country",

writes Al Jazeera . Between May and August of this year, the number of deaths increased by 300% compared to the period from January to April (from 80 to 335).

Burkina Faso seems in turn reached from the "syndrome" Malian. Throughout the country, frustration rises to the impotence of the army, poorly equipped and under-trained. Protests are multiplying, the population like this young Tapoa requires the government to take energetic measures to combat terrorism.

Burkina: Ceremony in tribute to the victims of the law enforcement of October 2014 .
© Reuters / Joe Penney A protestant to the compared Blaise regime manifest in the crowd in Ouagadougou, October 31, 2014. (picture of illustration) the President Kaboré filed a sheaf of flowers at the foot of the monument dedicated to the victims of the manifestations of October 30 and 31, 2014 who preceded the fall of Blaise Compaoré, just seven years ago.

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