In Burkina Faso, Lieutenant-Colonel Paul Henry Damiba has been visiting the town of Seytenga days after an attack left 86 civilians dead and more than 8,000 displaced to the nearby town of Dori.
Recall that on Monday evening Burkina Faso's transitional president, declared a 72-hour national mourning period for the attack. According to a presidential decree, the national mourning began Tuesday at midnight and will end at the same time on Thursday night.
During his visit to the affected town, Lieutenant-Colonel Damiba gave the assurance that the perpetrators of this massacre will be found and brought to justice. Have a listen to an excerpt from his address to the people of Seytenga.