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President Joko Widodo with Iriana Jokowi installing bleketepe in Solo, November 7, 2017. TEMPO/Ahmad Rafiq
Tuesday, 07 November, 2017 | 18:54 WIB
Jokowi Still Working amid Daughter`s Wedding Ceremonials  

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) is still working despite being busy preparing for the wedding ceremony of his daughter Kahiyang Ayu to Bobby Afif Nasution. The president even brought work to his home in Solo.

"He is still doing his state duties," State Secretary Pratikno said on Tuesday, November 7.

According to Pratikno, the president checks and signs documents in between wedding preparations.

Pratikno has been in Solo for the past few days to accompany Jokowi. He helps prepare everything needed by the president related to his work.

Read: Kahiyang Ayu Wedding: Jokowi Participates in Javanese Tradition


"This morning we also discussed some of the latest issues," Pratikno said without elaborating further. 

This morning, Jokowi and his family held several customary processions before the wedding of his daughter, Kahiyang Ayu. The Javanese wedding processions include adang sepisansiraman, installing bleketepe, and selling dawet.

Guests have started arriving at the wedding of the year since morning. The Solo Police have dispatched some 2,000 officers to regulate traffic in the city and surrounding neighborhoods.

Head of the Police Traffic Corps Insp. Gen. (Pol) Royke Lumowa said that President Jokowi wants to make sure that his daughter's wedding will not cause traffic jams that will bother the public.


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