Born in Bamako / Mali, Amadou is the most interested in photography. In 1986, he embarked on the profession, a true eye. Amadou is able to deal with different complementary topics. The training courses and professional meetings allowed him to turn to the photography of contemporary art. Amadou collaborates with organizations such as: ifad / World Press Photo, Dimotix ... His few appearances: Bamako 's 2009-2011 photographic meetings. Malimusow Malian women at the Nationl museum of Mali 2013. "Niger" festival on Niger 2015 . "EXPO | Bamako in Paris" the Pavillon Carré de Baudoin. December 2013. "Bozos gnènadjè" Bozo, Humanity Photo Award (HPA) 2013. The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and the Folklore Photographic Association China (CFPA). March 2014. Photo Festival of Addis Ababa 2014. Sept-Nov 2016, The 44 Salón Nacional de Artists (44SNA) of Pereira Colombia.
40 processing and sales centers are set up throughout Mali to upgrade and support local breeders. Six people work at the milk collection center in Tienfala. Four are responsible for quality control. Some milk is sold to the local population, while the rest goes to a milk processing center.
On Sunday at noon, in Bakorobadougou, to the east (7 km) of the Malian capital, the jihadists attacked the camp "Kangaba". It is a quiet and leisure place (25 rooms, swimming pools, climbing ...). When the clients, (fifteen Frenchmen, the blue helmets of the (MINUSMA) etc.) were resting at the pool, the assailants attacked by the hill according to the manager of the pool (Mr. Lassine Coulibaly). Some of the clients claimed that the attackers had shouted "Allah Akbar" (God is the greatest) explaining to the journalists that they saw a man arrive by motorbike who then started shooting at the crowd.
The attack killed eight people including three civilians, one soldier and four assailants. Five suspects were arrested. The Malian special forces intervened, assisted by the French military told the press the Malian minister of security Salif Traoré. "We were able to extract or exfilter nearly 36 clients from close to 36 clients or camp workers," he added.
This morning several thousand people marched against the referendum of the government (July 9, 2017).
About forty political parties and associations called on the population to march peacefully against the draft constitutional revision. On the posters brandished Slogans "touch not my constitution", "not to the monarchy", not to the "partition of Mali" or even "IBK, red card". Around 10 am, the procession formed by opposition leader Soumaila Cissé, Modibo Sidibé of the FARE party, deputy Amadou Thiam, deputy Mamadou Hawa Gassama, Oumar Mariko of the SADI party, also present star presenter Ras Bath and Several Malian rapporteurs have begun the journey that will lead them from the place of freedom to the labor exchange. A feeling shared by many present who feel betrayed by the regime of President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita. (25 photos)