A woman clean the ground of a very big and open space making small dust piles in the new residential are of the city. Here few days after the civil revolution.
The cemetery of the where people buried their relatives victims of the revolution.
A broken statute leaved on the floor as a dead body insiede the parliament set on fire.
Ouagadougou’ s citizens enter the empty and destroyed house of the overthrown president Blaise Compaorè to see what is left to be stolen.
What remains of Compaorè’s house is an empty pool and rubbles.
An old citizen of Ouagadougou remember the old time and cheers for the end of Blaise Compaorè’ s power.
A statue’s arm has been left insied the parliament , looks like a punch similar to the “le balai citoye’s symbol”.
A caricature of the ex president Blase Compaorè is on The Smokey’s studio
A governmental soldier try to avoid people entering the house of the ex president Blaise Compaorè.
The facade of the parliament shows three cars set on fire.
Portrait of a young boy in the streets of Ouagadougou.
At the University, students gather to talk about the actual cituation and politics.
Students listen politics essons in the University garden.
Portrait of Smokey in his studio.
Rebel of the new movement of le Balai Citoyen are inside the hotel de la independence (place of strategic importance for politic meeting),destroying what remain.
A member of the parliament’s car set on fire in the parking.
A rebel writes the name of Blaise Compaorè associated to the word ebola on a destroyed wall in the city.
Citizen in the villa of the ex-president, steal whatever is possible and left.
A young boy inside the villa of Blaise Compaorè, is looking at the sky through a hole in the roof.
People find a cadaver on the ground inside the villa of the ex president.
“Fuck the democracy”
Smokey wear the protest t-shirt and tighten his punch during a meeting the other responsibles of the revolution.
A pro governmental soldier confiscate stolen rice bags from the house of a citizen.
A controversial stickers on the door’s house of a Ouaga citizen.
A kid walk alone in the “streets” of the city.
Portrait of a guy on his motorbike during the curfew.
Grave of Thomas Sankara, the legendary president loved the people killed by Blaise Compaorè.
A kid run in the streets of Ouagadougou.