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Everyone already has his idea on the channel by which he will follow this event.
The inhabitants are in the movement of the investiture of the Head of State. Tomorrow November 6, in fact, he will take an oath to the National Assembly, promising the people to serve him. City-dwellers are eager to hear the famous phrase, “I do so swear”. It is everyone who will use the media that suits him, not to miss the news of the day.
“We will be taking the oath ceremony tomorrow on the radio here. It is still the President who will speak. We will do our business with the phone in hand to listen to the radio, “say Diane and Estelle, traders. For them, this is an important event not to be missed. “In the evening, we will watch the newspaper to see the pictures of the day,” the two ladies add.
Businessmen, civil servants and students also promise to be in front of their screen right from the start of the broadcast. “Tomorrow, my employees and I will pause to watch the President. It will be a great moment not to be missed, “certifies Rigobert Fodjo, a businessman.
However, there are people who will not be able to follow the ceremony live, and hope to catch up at night by watching the news. Like this teacher, sieur Kolomeni. “I would have liked to follow this ceremony, but unfortunately it will not be possible. I am a teacher, and it will be one hour of class.
On the whole, therefore, the investiture of the President of the Republic causes a great stir among the populations, who see open a new page in the history of their country.