Death of Minister Souleymane Coty Diakité’s Mother
She did not remain on the sidelines of the pain that has stricken the Diakité Dacosta, Dione and Diop and allied families following the death of Dacosta Marie-Madeleine Marguerite Coty, mother of the Minister Souleymane Coty Diakite, Chairman of the Board of the Road Maintenance Administration Fund (RMF) and also a founding member and vice president of the Children of Africa Foundation and Mrs. Fatuma Konaté Coty, Social and Economic Advisor. Past away on Wednesday, December 3rd, 2014, the presidential couple followed from end to end the organization of the funeral of Lady Margarite Mary Magdalene Dacosta Coty until her burial on Thursday December, 11th. True to the saying that a shared sorrow is half relieved, the Presidential Couple by the voice of the First Lady Dominique Ouattara wished to reiterate her support and commitment to the family of the deceased. Moreover, she offered CFA francs three (3) million to the family of the deceased to organize the rest of the funeral of the disappeared person.
The prefect of the Abidjan region, Sidiki Diakité, spokesman of the delegation of the First Lady, had the honor to remind the ties that the presidential couple to the Diakité, Coty and Dacosta family. Thus, he reminded the special relationships between the presidential couple and the Diakité, Dacosta, Dione and Diop family members. Thus, it recalled that since the early hours of the death, the President Alassane Ouattara has followed closely the organization of the funeral of the disappeared. It also makes represented by his brother, the Minister for Presidential Affairs, Ibrahim Ouattara Tiene at these funerals. Also, even if the first part of the funeral was over, the First Lady held, he said, to provide support to the bereaved family.
Issa Diakité, spokesman for the bereaved family, for his part, recalled the close links between the presidential couple to Diakité families Dacosta, Dione and Diop. "Surely the actions of Mr. and Mrs. Ouattara in our favor in these difficult times constitute without any doubt a source of consolation, comfort and relief. Our faith is not shaken, and our devotion to God Almighty is strengthened further. The wound is healed, "he argued.
The First Lady Dominique Ouattara wanted to give substance to her pain through these sentences written in the condolences book. "To our mom Coty. May her soul rest in peace. I would like to offer my condolences on behalf of the President of the Republic and myself to all Diakité Coty family. " Sentences full of meaning and pain.