Salut to super baobab guardian from Burkina Faso!

We baobab guardians from the Baobab Foundation in South Africa, are all so impressed with and in awe of this wise baobab hero from Burkina Faso, to be seen in the YouTube video-link done by Aljazeera, below.

The visionary El Hadji Salifou Ouédraogo, has planted more than 3000 Baobabs in his life, with single minded focus, starting 47 years ago. We salute you Mr Ouédraogo and hope this message of admiration reach you all the way from the south of the continent to Burkina Fasa in north-west Africa!

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