The family of Dean Bitty Moro, famous actor of the Ivorian culture suffering bereavement following the death of Madame Delphine Bitty Yehi born Kassi, Sunday, September 18, 2016 in Abidjan. Face to this misfortune, the First Lady Dominique Ouattara wished to show her support and that of her husband, President Alassane Ouattara, to the bereaved family, Monday, October 10, 2016. Therefore, the spouse of the head of state, accompanied by Mr. Maurice Kouakou Bandama, Minister of Culture and the Francophonie, Dr. Souleymane Coty Diakité, Director General of the Road Maintenance Fund (FER) and many other personalities, went to the Bitty family home in Cocody, to play her part, in the pure Agni tradition, in the funeral of Bitty Delphine Yehi.
It is the Minister of Culture and Francophonie, Maurice Kouakou Bandama, spokesman for the First Lady, who gave the news of the presence of the wife of the head of state along with the family of the disappeared. "The news is not good. It’s not good because our mom, Bitty Delphine has passed away. The First Lady is a friend to the family. It is a friendship that dates back to a long time. In such circumstances, the sister she is wanted to come in her own name but also on behalf of her husband, the President of the Republic, to come and greet you and present her sincere condolences. She wants to tell you that this pain is also hers because of the links that bind her to the family and also for the affection she feels for dean Bitty Moro, great actor of our culture.