English Version
| Tuesday, 20 November 2018 |
Indonesia Version

Monday, 19 November 2018 | 21:28
KPK Suspects Pakpak Bharat Regent Accepts Bribe Money The KPK suspects that Remigo used the money to save his wife,
who is in trouble with the law.
Monday, 19 November 2018 | 21:12
Indonesia Modification Expo 2018 Books Rp3bn The Indonesia Modification Expo (IMX) 2018 held on November 17
and 18 in Jakarta ended with success.
Jokowi: Kahiyang`s Wedding Preparation Completed
President Jokowi's daughter Kahiyang Ayu (left) and First Lady Iriana Jokowi during a press conference held at Jokowi's private residence in Solo on September 17, 2017. AHMAD RAFIQ
Monday, 06 November, 2017 | 15:30 WIB
Jokowi: Kahiyang`s Wedding Preparation Completed

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - President Joko Widodo or Jokowi is confident that the wedding ceremony of his only daughter Kahiyang Ayu with Bobby Afif Nasution will run smooth. Widodo said the preparation for the wedding, which is this weekend, is 100 percent completed.

"Yes. Thank goodness everything is done," Jokowi said at the state palace today, November 6. 

Read: Kalla to be Witness at Jokowi`s Daughter Kahiyang Ayu Wedding

According to the president, the series of Javanese wedding ceremonies begins tomorrow. The peak of the event will be the wedding vows' exchange on Wednesday, November 8, which is immediately followed by the reception at the Graha Saba Buana building in Solo, Central Java

Jokowi said he is not inviting guests from foreign countries for the wedding.

"No, I'm afraid that would be bothersome," he said, adding that most of the wedding guests, he said, are the people of Solo.

Read: Counting Days to Jokowi`s Daughter Kahiyang Ayu Wedding

The total number of guests invited to the wedding is around 8,000 people.

"We invite people from the market, street vendors, and local neighborhoods," the president said. 


via Facebookvia TEMPO ID


Disclaimer: The views expressed in the comments sections are personal responses that do not represent the editorial policy of tempo.co. Our editorial staff reserves the right to moderate or take down comments that contain harassment, intimidation and discrimination against ethnicity, religion, race, and inter-group relations.