Christmas is a renewed opportunity to share the joy, in this dynamic, the Interim President of the Women’s League of the African Peoples’ Party – Côte d’Ivoire, (PPA-CI), Apo Gisèle marries
Kpan celebrated this Thursday, December 22, Christmas before time in the presence of several children from different neighborhoods of the village of
Fiassé, in the department of Yakassé-Attobrou.
This initiative of the Director Mr N’Guessan, allowed the children of the kindergarten and the first three pupils of each class to obtain gifts and commune with the others in these holidays which are approaching. Note that this beautiful ceremony took place in the public square of the primary school of the village under the supervision of the Director of the said locality.
For the occasion, the teachers, the village chief, the land chief, the president of the young people, the president of the women, the women, the men and the children were there to celebrate Christmas.
Remember that all the children received gifts and the Director of the Fiassé School Group, Mr. N’Guessan took the opportunity to have President Apo Gisèle, a daughter of the region, accompany them for the celebration of excellence at the end of year. That is to say, to reward the best students of the said establishment.
It was an opportunity for these children, the interim President of the PPA-CI Women’s League, Apo Gisèle, the teachers, as well as their guests to share a moment of conviviality and solidarity at the end of the year.
At the end of the presentation of the gifts to the children, the Interim President of the Women’s League of the African Peoples’ Party-Côte d’Ivoire, (PPA-CI), Apo Gisèle wife Kpan thanked the Director of the establishment, then gave wise advice to the children.
In addition, she thanked the village teachers, the traditional chiefs and finally, the parents for the success of the event.
In conclusion, she made a commitment to continue the chain of solidarity for the happiness of children.
Source: Communication Service of the PPA-CI Women’s League.