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ABALÉ GOBLÉ CÉSAR : UN RETOUR TRIOMPHAL AU BERCAIL

Abale Goble CesarAbalé Goblé César est un jeune cadre, originaire du village d’Olirédou (Olyyéreydou) quartier périphérique de la ville de Zikisso. Titulaire de deux Maîtrises (Anglais & Économie) à l’Université d’Abidjan, Frère César est basé en Indonésie dont il parle correctement la langue. Il est marié à une Indonésienne.

Père de 4 enfants, Abalé Goblé César est un opérateur économique. Auparavant Directeur-Commercial à la Firme Toyota, il est un véritable Globe-trotter (ne s’appelle-t-il pas Goblé = Gokblé = Hô Go Kblé Khoh) : il a visité plus de 42 pays dans le monde au moment où certains, d’entre nous, n’ont jamais réussi à visiter les 42 villages du département de Zikisso.

Radio-Ateldet vous montre un échantillon de toute son activité de développement socio-économique à Zikisso, le pays de l’Iroko.

Pour prendre connaissance avec l’échantillon, merci de cliquer ici.

Abale Goble CesarAbalé Goblé César est un jeune cadre, originaire du village d’Olirédou (Olyyéreydou) quartier périphérique de la ville de Zikisso. Titulaire de deux Maîtrises (Anglais & Économie) à l’Université d’Abidjan, Frère César est basé en Indonésie dont il parle correctement la langue. Il est marié à une Indonésienne.

Père de 4 enfants, Abalé Goblé César est un opérateur économique. Auparavant Directeur-Commercial à la Firme Toyota, il est un véritable Globe-trotter (ne s’appelle-t-il pas Goblé = Gokblé = Hô Go Kblé Khoh) : il a visité plus de 42 pays dans le monde au moment où certains, d’entre nous, n’ont jamais réussi à visiter les 42 villages du département de Zikisso.

Radio-Ateldet vous montre un échantillon de toute son activité de développement socio-économique à Zikisso, le pays de l’Iroko.

Pour prendre connaissance avec l’échantillon, merci de cliquer ici.

 

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  1. djegoue

    djegoue

    7 février 2016 at 14 h 27 min (Edit)

    WELCOME HOME BROTHER ABALE.

    I’m highly delighted to read about you as I woke up this morning. I’m immediately writing to you to send you all my congratulations on behalf of Zikiso.com. Welcome home,and welcome to Zikisso.com as well.Let me tell you that we are all very proud of you as a son from our region who travelled so much throughout the world, with such a high level of education.

    I’m Zadi Alain Djegoue from Déblé, a village of Djidji, in the north of Zikisso and I’ve been living in Paris for fifteen years now.
    I don’t know whether you came back home for good, but whereever you live, we need your ideas about how to develop our region. We need them on our site,and I’m personally expecting you to write here any time you like.

    I inform you about the next visit of our former priest ,father Bernard Guichard who built the catholic church and school in your village. He’s coming to visit us on April 2nd 2016. We are all preparing to honour him for his 90th birthday. I’m sure he will be very happy to see us around him,as if he was still in Zikisso.
    In 2006,we had already invited him for the first time here in Paris,and we had sent him to Zikisso the next year to visit the region for the last time of his life. He did go there and had visited all the villages and met those of our parents who were still alive that year. During the feast of his coming visit, he’ll certainly tell us how he found Zikisso when he last went there.

    So make sure we will welcome him more warmly again this time. You will read the report on zikisso.com.
    Please, tell us in French your experience abroad,so that our brothers and sisters who can’t read English will be able to read and understand your story.

    Ok, brother Ablé, let me take leave of you at the moment, expecting to read about you very soon.

    May God almighty keep you safe as long as possible.

    Your brother Alain Zadi Djégoué from Paris.

 

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  1. djegoue

    djegoue

    7 février 2016 at 14 h 27 min

    WELCOME HOME BROTHER ABALE.

    I’m highly delighted to read about you as I woke up this morning. I’m immediately writing to you to send you all my congratulations on behalf of Zikiso.com. Welcome home,and welcome to Zikisso.com as well.Let me tell you that we are all very proud of you as a son from our region who travelled so much throughout the world, with such a high level of education.

    I’m Zadi Alain Djegoue from Déblé, a village of Djidji, in the north of Zikisso and I’ve been living in Paris for fifteen years now.
    I don’t know whether you came back home for good, but whereever you live, we need your ideas about how to develop our region. We need them on our site,and I’m personally expecting you to write here any time you like.

    I inform you about the next visit of our former priest ,father Bernard Guichard who built the catholic church and school in your village. He’s coming to visit us on April 2nd 2016. We are all preparing to honour him for his 90th birthday. I’m sure he will be very happy to see us around him,as if he was still in Zikisso.
    In 2006,we had already invited him for the first time here in Paris,and we had sent him to Zikisso the next year to visit the region for the last time of his life. He did go there and had visited all the villages and met those of our parents who were still alive that year. During the feast of his coming visit, he’ll certainly tell us how he found Zikisso when he last went there.

    So make sure we will welcome him more warmly again this time. You will read the report on zikisso.com.
    Please, tell us in French your experience abroad,so that our brothers and sisters who can’t read English will be able to read and understand your story.

    Ok, brother Ablé, let me take leave of you at the moment, expecting to read about you very soon.

    May God almighty keep you safe as long as possible.

    Your brother Alain Zadi Djégoué from Paris.

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