SEMARANG – Governor of Central Java Ganjar Pranowo roll out open house house from Puri Gedeh official residence Semarang, Sunday (05/24/2020). Together with his wife and children, Siti Atikoh and Zinedine Alam, Ganjar greets the public through the Zoom application and several of his social media accounts, Instragram, Facebook and YouTube.
In the Zoom application,Ganjar deliberately opened a meeting room with thousands of people. The number one person in Central Java greeted people from various regions. Even some of them also come from abroad. "It feels strange to me because it's only the first. But it's also fun, there are from foreign countries who participated," said Ganjar.
During the meeting Ganjar can greet each other with hundreds of people. The meeting was divided into several sessions, with 75 people per session. Ganjar randomly greets several people in each session.
"Sorry, I can't greet everyone, just want to be random. Greetings to the family, I'm sorry, physically and mentally. We pray that this pandemic will soon pass," he said. (Read also: Salat Id at the Great Mosque of Sleman, Khatib Reveals the Wisdom of Pandemic Corona)
Although not all are called Ganjar, but susana runs very fluid. Especially in each session change, Ganjar also slipped entertainment in the form of video performances from the Stage of Detention. It also makes the people who follow open house The virtual is not awkward greeting Ganjar and family. Eliya Pangalo, for example, is a resident of West Sulawesi.
He said he could attend the virtual open house after sending a meeting request along with his name and hometown, Polewali Mandar. "It's been a long time since I left this house, sir. I don't believe I can meet Mr. Ganjar. Greetings to the family, sir. Sorry for your physical and mental well-being," he said.
Also different when Korirafli, mothers from the city of Padang, West Sumatra greeted Ganjar. He tells how he went through Lebaran without leaving the house. He even faltered when Ganjar asked whether he still made rendang during this pandemic. "Hopefully the father will remain healthy, yes, his mother and brother too, sorry sir," he said.
A total of around 500 residents were called Ganjar during the Zoom meeting for two hours. On the sidelines of the meeting Ganjar also opened live on his social media accounts, Instagram, Facebook and YouTube. Riyan is one of them, a young man from Grobogan who works in South Korea. Even Riyan's words made Ganjar and his wife burst into laughter.
"Here I and my healthy friends, thank God sir, who is going home for the THR. I apologize, physically and mentally, sir," he said.
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