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Kossi: The patriotic watch movement of Faso advocates unity of action in support of the Transition


The office of the provincial section of the Patriotic Watch Movement of Faso, organized this Thursday, April 11, 2024 in Nouna, a press conference to provide support for the Transition through unity of action.

The first official outing of the patriotic watch movement of Faso, provincial section of Kossi, brought together media people on Thursday April 11, 2024 in Nouna.

The president of the Faso Patriotic Watch Movement (MVPF), Ibrahim Coulibaly, presented the provincial office made up of ten members and gave the conditions for individual and collective membership in the movement.

He placed public opinion on the apolitical nature of the movement which is a civil society organization and clarified that the movement is not a trade union organization.

Asked why the patriotic watch movement in Faso, he underlined that like other localities in Burkina, the Boucle du Mouhoun and particularly Kossi remained too wait-and-see with organizations supporting the transition.

‘To fill this void, the MVPF was created
to express the voice of the sons and daughters of the Boucle du Mouhoun region,’ he said.

For him, the transition under the leadership of Captain Ibrahim Traoré works tirelessly for the happiness of the populations through very significant achievements.

These include, among other things, the reduction of prices for health care, the construction of tomato factories and gold refineries, without forgetting the operationalization of fighting forces through the acquisition of equipment, the rehabilitation of Bobo airport and especially the creation of the alliance of Sahel states (AES). All this helps to guarantee our people their true independence.

Based on this observation, Ibrahim Coulibaly invited the daughters and sons of Kossi to unite to provide their full support for the transition.

The patriotic watch movement of Faso has made approaches and will do more with associations and umbrella organizations, as evidenced by citizen participation and the patriotic commitment initiated by the administrative auth
orities of Kossi as part of a public health day.

The Patriotic Coalition of Kossi (COPAKO), the Provincial Youth Council (CPJ), the Patriotic Watch Movement of Faso and the Association of Women Sweepers participated in this day.

Source: Burkina Information Agency