Sagabo is another name for in Mooré. Sagabo is a stiff white porridge made of millet, sorghum or maize flour and is a staple food of the country. Moore is a tonal language spoken primarily in Burkina Faso by the Mossi. Moore is spoken in Central Burkina Faso. Sagabo is also known as Wu in Bissa.

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