Burkina Faso’s Former President Regains Freedom

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Burkina Faso’s former President Roch Kabore, has been allowed to return to his home.

According to the country’s interim government, Kabore was allowed to return to his residence in the capital Ougadougou.

It added that security measures would be installed to guarantee his safety.

Recall that the Former President had been under house arrest since he was toppled in a military coup in January.

Written by: Helen Obih

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