Death of Lieutenant Ouattara Doh Adama

The Ivorian presidential couple is afflicted by the sudden disappearance of Lieutenant Ouattara Doh Adama, former officer of the presidential security bodyguard company (GSPR), Friday night 07 to Saturday 08 October 2016. 
This is the information  that Mrs. Dominique Ouattara, First Lady of Côte d'Ivoire has given to the bereaved family, this Friday, October 14, 2016, in Bingerville.  The First Lady Dominique Ouattara was accompanied by Mrs. Anne Desirée Ouloto, Minister of Safety and Sanitation, Dr. Souleymane Coty Diakité, Chairman of the Road Maintenance Fund (FER) and many other personalities.
The moment was painful. The affliction for the demise of the Lieutenant Doh Ouattara was visible on the closed faces. Sharing this grief with the family, the First Lady Dominique Ouattara has spoken to the wife and children of the disappeared man in these terms:
“It's not just a courtesy visit I paying today.  My husband and I come have come because Doh was someone we loved very much. I can tell you that he was with us all the time, with the smile and his good mood. I do not want to make you cry, but I just want to tell you that he is in our heart. When we learned he died, we were really shocked. President Alassane Ouattara could not believe it. He could not even imagine it. It is God's will. We are obliged to accept it. Dear children, your father was a good man. He was truly a great man and you can be proud of him,” the First Lady Dominique Ouattara said. And to show the support of the presidential couple to the bereaved family, the First Lady offered an envelope of three (03) million CFA francs to the wife and children of Lieutenant Doh Ouattara. In addition, she indicated that all expenses related to this funeral will be fully covered by the presidential couple.
A gift that did not fail to touch the deceased family on the spot. The latter, through the voice of Commissioner Ouattara Fana Théophile, spokesperson for the family, has thanked the First Lady for her solidarity and affection towards the disappeared man. 
Long before, the honor returned to Dr. Diakité Coty Souleymane, Chairman of the (FER) and spokesman of the First Lady, to give the news of the presence of the First Lady. The spokesman for the First Lady insisted on the kinship ties that existed between Lieutenant Doh Ouattara and the presidential couple.