This video says about itself:
28 November 2017
Emmanuel Macron‘s visit to Africa has been tainted not only by attacks and protest on his first stop in Burkina Faso. The president of the African nation apparently wasn’t so much into French humor either, leaving the room during Macron’s speech at a local university.
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From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Macron stoned on visit to former French Sahel colony
Wednesday 29th November 2017
FRENCH President Emmanuel Macron was greeted by volleys of stones on his visit to former colony Burkina Faso yesterday.
Trade unions called for protests during his visit as part of a regional tour before an EU-African Union summit in Ivory Coast later this week.
The government ordered schools in the capital Ouagadougou be closed to reduce traffic amid high-security measures, but many took that as a bid to head off unrest.
He denied reports of “hundreds of assailants” and vehicles destroyed.
In a speech to students at Ouagadougou University, Mr Macron gave an assurance that Francois Compaore, the brother of former president Blaise Compaore, who was installed in a French-backed 1987 coup, would finally be extradited from France over the 1998 murder of journalist Norbert Zongo.
Declining to answer questions about domestic issues, he said: “You talk to me as if I were the president of Burkina Faso, as if France were still a colonial power.”
Mr Macron claimed he belonged to “a generation that has never known Africa as a colonised continent,” although France maintains the territories of Mayotte and Reunion.
Several people were injured on Monday night when two motorcycle-mounted assailants threw a hand grenade at a bus carrying French troops, missing their intended target.