Broadcasting journalist, I discuss the current political and social in my country, Niger. I'm an actor in an area which could be called rural, to help change attitudes and behaviors of my fellow citizens, who are, in all development indices, the world's poorest. I consider myself a journalist player development, because I am interested in the problem of drought and climate change, severely affecting the population of Niger. Poverty and corruption that plague our society are subjects on which I look every day.
As a journalist, I witnessed the struggle of civil society in Niger, to improve living conditions of Nigerians. The vast citizen mobilization in March 2005, against the increase in value added tax (VAT) pushed down the government of the day. The media were mobilized to participate in the demonstration. On occasion, I have published by European scholars, "the commitment of private radio stations in the struggle of civil society.