Burkina Faso police is questioning several suspects linked to the recent terrorist attack that left 30 people killed.
Most the people who perished from the attack were foreigners.
Burkina Faso is an example of an African democratic country where Christians and Muslims live together.
Among the ones being questioned by the police include four who were seen talking to the jihadist gunmen who stormed a top hotel and at Cafe Cappuccino in Burkina Faso capital Ouagadougou killing 30 people.
Investigators from France and the US as well as experts from Canada and police from Niger are working with local police on the ongoing probe.
At least 15 members of the MNLA arrested and detained for questioning in different parts of Burkina Faso. Some interrogated have already been freed.
Initial probe reports indicate prime suspects pointing at the four individual seen from the recovered video in the four star hotel showing them communicating with the jihadists.
The four have been identified and they are being interrogated according to the security reports.
French Defence Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian spoke on Wednesday said that the recent jihadist attacks in Burkina and neighbouring Mali had only served to bolster the resolve of France’s counter-terrorism mission in the Sahel region, known as Operation Barkhane.