Michel Biem Tong Appointed National Telegraph’s Stringer, Bureau Chief For Burkina Faso.

By Beltha Mokube – Washington DC, USA, Thursday November 21, 2019.

Michel Biem Tong is new head of National Telegraph for Burkina Faso.

Burkina Faso is strategic for a compelling and yummy coverage and exposure of African Affairs to the rest of the world, Eric Tataw, the founding Director and CEO of National Telegraph, an international multi-media production company headquartered in Washington DC, USA said while appointing a Bureau Chief for the area.

Michel Biem Tong is a seasoned Investigative Journalist that is now stationed in Ouagadougou, capital of the landlocked West African country surrounded by six countries: Mali to the North; Niger to the East; Benin to the Southeast; Togo and Ghana to the South; and Ivory Coast to the Southwest.

Now faced with a complex task from politics, socio-economic interests to terrorist attacks, Michel said he was proud to officially join National Telegraph, adding it’s a big opportunity to excel in his career.

The Investigative Journalist also promised to remain professional in the discharge of his duties. At least more a dozen of his articles have already been published on National Telegraph.

Eric Tataw who heads the multi-media company headquartered in Washington DC, USA congratulated Michel officially appointed early Thursday November 21, 2019.

The CEO urged him to work within the ambit of Journalistic tenets and with the desire to assist people within her region of command and beyond get firsthand information and make informed choices. 

Eric Tataw has also urged partners in Burkina Faso and environs to assist Michel in his new duty, facilitate her works and carry out all transactions with him without fear of misrepresentation.

Commissioning Michel, the CEO challenged him to ensure Burkina Faso is fully covered with breaking news and firsthand videos and info with unparalleled authority.

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