Music: Father Nabollé sends “Messages” to Burkinabè in a maxi

Father Georges Nabollé signed his 3rd album on Sunday, a maxi entitled "Messages" in which he denounces injustices and calls on Burkinabè people to hope and unite to build the peace.

"Messages" is the third album, a maxi of three titles by Father Georges Nabollé, released in 2023 after the first "Love God and Men" released in 2004, and the second "Trust him" in 2019.

"This maxi is my contribution to say that everyone must pull themselves together and that together we can unite for reconciliation and build our nation and peace," said Father Nabollé.

He spoke Sunday in Ouagadougou, during the dedication of his third album "Messages", a maxi of three titles.

Father Nabollé indicated that the first message speaks of injustice which creates revolt, corruption which rots society, terrorism and divisions which create revenge.

As a second message, the Father specified that “As we are in Easter time, it is the Paschal message where the risen Christ is announced. And as Christians, we live this resurrection despite the difficulties”, underlined Father Georges Nabollé.

Finally, he added that the third message is a message of hope and that when we suffer and we have faith, it reflects a process of healing.

This maxi is the work of collaboration between Father Georges Nabollé and the French-speaking choir of the parish of Saint Camille in Ouagadougou.

During the dedication ceremony, the activities of ''Hosanna'', a structure for the production and promotion of Christian music were launched.

Hosanna was born thanks to the wish of the promoter Roland Kobindé, who noticed the lack of structure in the field of the sacred field and the sacred music.

“We don't have a lot of structures, we have to work to put them in place so that sacred music reaches several targets because we can no longer evangelize except in the Churches”, concluded Roland Kobindé.

Source: Burkina Information Agency