“No anger lives in us”

"No anger lives in us"

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Laurent Gabbago’s sister and five other Ivory Patriotic Front (FPI) executives are expected to arrive at Abidjan Airport on Friday, April 30, after 10 years in exile in Ghana. Asianet says it is returning to C ഡിte d’Ivoire with a conciliatory attitude.

« My mind is completely light weight, I am calm, I am happy to return to my homeland, mine “, Asianet Coud Dow told RFI the other day Return to Ivory Coast.

The Ivory Patriotic Front (FPI) announced Wednesday that Laurent Gabbago’s sister will return on Friday, April 30. On the plane carrying her back to Abidjan, along with five other executives from the former Ivory president’s party: former budget ministers Justin Catinen Kone, Adia Picasso, Tahi Etienne, Wahi Tokpa and Innocent Abu.

“For those with the authority to initiate this reconciliation”

« We go home with a young heartAfter 10 years of exile in Ghana, says Janet Kaudou. No anger dwells in us, no bitterness dwells in us. Laurent Gabbago’s sister, on the other hand, says she’s returning to C ഡിte d’Ivoire with a conciliatory attitude. ” Brothers quarrel. We will fight and we will start the period of reconciliation. It is up to those in power to initiate this reconciliation. »

Asianet Kodou says he has learned from his difficulties: “We learn everything, we learn from everything, we learn from everything. They believe that time has prepared people for this return. ” Maybe if it had happened earlier, the hearts would still be hot and the hearts would have caught fire. It is better to come up with the idea of ​​reconciliation ten years later than never. »

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Asianet Kodou intends to find his brother soon, who is expected to return soon to Cote d’Ivoire. ” I’m in the country, he’s coming to the country, we’re going to see each other, of course! »

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