Solidarity in Ferkessédougou:

La Première Dame, Mme Dominique Ouattara a offert de nombreux dons aux populations de Lafokpokaha

The Populations of Lafokpokaha were informed that she would lunch with her younger brother, the President of the National Assembly, Guillaume Soro Kigbafori. But they did not expect  that she would come hands full of gifts. A surprise that the people of Soro Guillaume’s native village will not soon forget. So, after the meeting of President Alassane Ouattara, on Sunday, July 7th, 2013 in Ferkessédougou, First Lady Dominique Ouattara visited Lafokpokaha populations. And as expected, like in the other locaties visited by the First Lady, it is the hands full of gifts that Mrs. Dominique Ouattara made the trip to Lafokpokaha. To the groups and associations of women in the village, she offered a sheller, 10 wheelbarrows, 50 sprinklers, 10 sprayers, a motor pump, 50 machetes and a tarpaulin shelter, 50 files and 50 chairs. As a prelude to the Muslim fasting 40 bags of 50 kg of rice, 20 cartons of sugar and 20 cartons of milk that the First Lady graciously offered to the people. Then, to the schools of the village, she offered chalk cartons, 50 school kits and rulers. The value of these donations in kind: 10 million FCFA. In addition to these donations, Mrs. Dominique Ouattara offered 3 million CFA francs to the people. 2 million CFA francs for women and 1 million CFA francs for the village youth. People have called back "N'Gabedjo" which means in Gnalafolo, a sub branch of the Senufo ethnic group: "there is nothing left to be said." Mrs. Dominique Ouattara said she could not come to the village of her younger brother Guillaume Soro without thinking about her sisters. The populations by the voice of their spokesperson expressed their gratitude to the presidential couple.