Mrs. Dominique Ouattara provides relief for Muslim women
Mrs. Dominique Ouattara provided, on Thursday, August 18th, food for Muslim women in Côte d'Ivoire. A way for the First of Ivorian Ladies, of supporting her fellow citizens during the Muslim month of fasting. But to also mark her unwavering commitment to the role women played during the post-election crisis.
During the ceremony, which was held in Adjamé Saint Michel, in the presence of Mrs. Sita Keïta, sister in law of the First Lady as the latter was absent, these women grouped in the Confederation of Muslim Women of Côte Ivoire (COFEMCI) have been offered 20 bags of rice (Uncle Sam), 10 boxes of sugar, 03 cartons of milk (Bonnet Rouge), 50 bags of 5 kg of pasta and 02 cartons of milk powder. The donations have been appreciated at their true value by Muslim women who were effusive in their praise for and blessings for the presidential couple. All the more so because they have received a few days ago, donations of President Alassane Ouattara. Mariam Fofana, President COFEMCI did not say anything else. "(…) President Alassane Ouattara had already given us 40 boxes of sugar and 20 bags of rice.