La Première Dame a témoigné sa solidarité à la famille Gbon Coulibaly


She wanted to express solidarity to Mrs. Odette Kouamé N'Guessan and Dr. Mamadou Coulibaly. First Lady Dominique Ouattara had a busy schedule this Wednesday, on May 15th, 2013, at the funeral of Mrs. Kouamé N'Guessan Odette, a member of the Dialogue, Truth and Reconciliation Commission (CDVR) and Dr Mamadou Coulibaly, one of Gbon Coulibaly family members, also a lecturer at the Institut National Polytechnique Felix Houphouet-Boigny in Yamoussoukro.
It is in the Prestige hall of Ivosep of Treichville, where they attended the Last Benediction ceremony of the corpse of Mamadou Coulibaly, First Lady Mrs. Dominique Ouattara started her visits. On this occasion, she shared with Gbon Coulibaly family, all the pain of grief. And, in the presence of the canton chief of Korhogo, El Hadj Bafoho Coulibaly, but also with members of Gbon Coulibaly family, friends, and acquaintances of the bereaved family.
Died last Saturday, on April 27, Dr. Mamadou Coulibaly was the great-grand-son of the patriarch Péléforo Gbon Coulibaly.
Dramane Coulibaly, spokesman for the bereaved family has expressed their recognition to First Lady, Mrs. Dominique Ouattara. "Your support and compassion affect us at the highest point. May Allah reward you a hundredfold your support, "he prayed. He then expressed his gratitude to President Alassane Ouattara for his concern for the family.
The mortal remains of Dr. Mamadou Coulibaly will be conducted, on Thursday, May 16th, 2013, to his final resting place where he will be buried the following day, after Friday prayers in Korhogo in the family vault.