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President Jokowi returns to his hometown ahead of Eid al-Adha

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Solo (ANTARA) – President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) traveled to his hometown in Solo, Central Java Province, ahead of the 2024 Eid al-Adha celebrations. The Head of State arrived in Solo on Friday, and the following day he invited his grandson Jan Ethes Srinarendra and his granddaughter La Lembah Manah, son of Vice President-elect Gibran Rakabuming Raka, to Solo Paragon Mall.

President Jokowi was seen wearing casual clothes in the form of a long-sleeved white t-shirt and black trousers. He and his entourage arrived at the shopping center at 12.46 local time.

He then bought several toys for his grandson and complied with local residents’ requests to take photos with him.

Previously, Deputy Mayor of Solo Teguh Prakosa revealed the President’s homecoming plans by saying, “Mr President will arrive in Solo on Friday afternoon to take care of several family matters.”

The plan is for Jokowi to hold Eid al-Adha prayers at the Central Java Grand Mosque (MAJT) in Semarang.

MAJT representative, Noor Achmad, said that the President’s plan to visit the mosque was enthusiastically welcomed by the MAJT congregation and the residents of Central Java.

His presence at MAJT has been long awaited by the people of Central Java, especially the MAJT congregation. “Thank God, our wait will end when the President performs Eid al-Adha prayers,” he added.

After the prayer, the Head of State will hand over the sacrificial cow weighing 1.23 tonnes to the mosque management for the Qurbani service.

Previously, Head of the Presidential Secretariat Heru Budi Hartono informed that President Jokowi plans to provide 68 sacrificial cows which will be donated to 38 provinces, the new capital of the archipelago, the Istiqlal Mosque, and the mosque where he will perform Eid al-Adha prayers.

“Each province will get one cow, as will the Indonesian archipelago. “The other cows (will be donated) according to the President’s personal instructions,” said Hartono at the Presidential Palace in Jakarta, Friday.

He added that the weight of each sacrificial cow ranged from 800 kilograms to around one ton.

Related news: Jokowi and West Papua Government donate cows for Eid al-Adha
Related news: President Holds Eid al-Adha Prayers at Bogor Palace

Translator: Aris W, Tegar Nurfitra
Editor: Rahmad Nasution
Copyright © ANTARA 2024

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