Charles Blé Goudé is inconsolable from his place of residence in The Hague. Like all Ivorians fond of the Zouglou dance, he is saddened by the sudden death of the vocal lead of the group Zougloumakers. Blé Goudé, more than anyone, had a special relationship with this studio shark. In pain, the president of COJEP pays a poignant tribute to the deceased.
Blé Goudé mourns Jean Roger, vocal lead of the group Zougloumakers. Like all Ivorians, he learned of the death of this conductor on social networks. Torn by the pain of this heartbreaking disappearance, Blé Goudé still put down a few words. These words express his dismay at the death of an artist who will have contributed to the success of the editions of the “Nuit du Zouglou”, produced at the time by Blé Goudé
“There are pains that no words can express. This is the case when I learn of your death. If the firm, Leader’s Team (of which I was the CEO) brilliantly succeeded in the various nights of zouglou in the 2000s, it is partly thanks to Jean Roger and his orchestra of zougloumakers.
Still outside, Blé Goudé knows that it will be difficult for him to pay a last tribute to Jean Roger. Heartbroken, he leaves her a post-mortem message. Blé Goudé said he was inconsolable. He is consumed by sadness. He will never see Jean Roger again. ” Today you are gone, leaving behind an unfinished symphony. Ivory Coast mourns you. The world of culture mourns you. The zouglou family mourns you. I am inconsolable! ” said Blé Goudé.