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More tribute to President Idriss Déby Itno

Tribute to President Idriss Déby Itno: The tears and the appeal of the first lady Hinda Déby Itno.

(Face Of Nigeria Blog News)- Falling at the front on Monday, while taking part in the fight against the rebels of the Fact, a final tribute is paid to the late President Idriss Déby in the Chadian capital.

Several heads of state of countries such as Mali, Niger, Burkina Faso, or the president of the Sudanese sovereign council, or General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, attend the funeral, in addition to the French president who has made the trip since Thursday evening.

At the farewell ceremony which takes place in the capital N’djamena, the wife of the late Chadian president, Hinda Déby Itno paid a vibrant tribute to a “glorious soldier, intrepid warrior standing and reversible in the face of all perils”.

“You all understand what is a mother who loses her son and what a woman experiences when she loses her husband.

The Marshal of Chad Idriss Déby Itno is for me an exemplary husband, a caring father and a wise advisor.

This is to say that an entire landmark has disappeared, leaving me in perdition in a moving desert.

Marshal du Tchad shepherd shines in the sky to guide us to the right port.

The image of the Marshal of Chad pecorates with his people.

Glorious soldier, intrepid warrior standing and reversible in the face of all perils ”, testifies the first lady of Chad, crushing tears.

Certainly the marshal is gone, but according to the first lady, it is up to current and future generations to carry the message of the late President Idriss Déby Itno.

This by working hand in hand for peace and social cohesion.

“Its immersion in the masses and its communion with the populations are no longer to be demonstrated.

This attachment and this love are felt at the bottom of every Chadian.

Let us hold our arms and walk far to carry everywhere the message of peace and national cohesion without prejudging our origins and our concessions.

His vision will be our legacy.

It is up to current and future generations to drink from the inexhaustible sources of its sublime values.

The marshal is no longer, but God is still there and who consoles all weeping hearts ”, invited the first lady to the family and the high authorities who took part in the meeting.

Ms. Déby Itno also did not pass over in silence the “many gains obtained by women”, under the era of President Idriss Déby.