Written by Priscilla Boakye
Captain Ibrahim Traoré, the youngest African president, is spearheading a groundbreaking project in Burkina Faso to advance on-site processing of gold-mine residues. This initiative aims to boost the country's gold industry and foster technological advancements.
Following a successful coup in 2022 that led to a change in leadership, Traoré's administration has been focused on combating corruption, reclaiming rebel-held territories, and nationalizing commodities. The project to enhance gold processing technology is a significant step forward in achieving these goals.
The government plans to hire 100 individuals to support the project, which is expected to produce the first 22-karat gold bars within 11 months. This endeavor holds great promise for Burkina Faso, as it seeks to strengthen its position as a leading gold-producing nation in Africa.
Captain Ibrahim Traoré's dedication to driving progress and innovation in Burkina Faso's gold industry is commendable. The advancements in on-site processing technology will not only boost the country's economy but also create new opportunities for job seekers.
As the project unfolds, the eyes of the international community will be on Burkina Faso, eagerly anticipating the positive impact this initiative will have on the country's gold sector.
Stay tuned for further updates as Burkina Faso, under the leadership of Captain Ibrahim Traoré, paves the way for a brighter future in gold processing technology.
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