Report: dog meat on NCI TV

For its return, NCI Reportages is already making an impression with a report on the consumption of dog meat in certain Abidjan restaurants.

This report has generated, since its broadcast, countless comments on the web. In this culinary walk, viewers discovered, in fact, a practice little known in Ivory Coast: dog eating, the consumption of dog meat.

A practice that offends the sensitivity of a segment of the population. A capsule posted on the NCI’s facebook page, showing a man who consumes this domestic animal, has more than 300,000 views in just 24 hours. One can read comments such as “it is not in our customs… while these restaurants are closed and the tenants and tenants are prosecuted. or even “thank you NCI for showing us what is happening at home”

It is therefore a big start for NCI Reportages which continues to seduce viewers through its reports. The program broadcast on Sundays at 6:30 p.m. and which saw the arrival of Pierre Akpro alongside the sublime Melina Makissi, promises this year, more than the previous ones, to be at the heart of Ivorian society through great reporting, investigation, focus, discovery, testimony and deciphering.



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