[Video] The talented indigenous girl who will play the piano in Petro's possession

[Video] The talented indigenous girl who will play the piano in Petro’s possession

Much has been said in recent days about the possession of Gustavo Petro and Francia Márquez on August 7. Although in the campaigns the presidential candidates emphasized austerity in public spending, President Petro’s inauguration will have considerable value for a fairly important ceremony, a fact that his critics have criticized.

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The Administrative Department of the Presidency, Dapre, awarded a contract with the company Plaza Mayor Medellin Conventions and Exhibitions to take care of all the logistics of transmitting the command of the president Ivan Duke the elected president, Gustavo Petro.

The total amount of the contract is of the order of 3,571 million pesos, and includes, in addition to the ceremony on August 7, resources for events outside the Casa de Nariño and in the Vice Presidency of the Republic. It should be noted that this same company was the one that carried out all the logistical work for change of government ceremony between President Iván Duque and Juan Manuel Santos in the year 2018.

Nearly 100,000 guests will attend the event, 55 cultural events will be held and 600 artists will participate on stage and in activities in four plazas in the center of Bogotá. Meanwhile, the official possession will take place in the Plaza de Bolívar.

Within those cultural events that will take place in the Plaza de Bolívar, it was anticipated that a small 9-year-old misak indigenous girl will delight attendees with her piano performance.

This is Manuela Tombé Montana, the girl pianist of the Misak indigenous people, who in social networks has dazzled users with his great talent despite his young age.

Here is a video of the talented artist misak:

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