Former Ambassador of Ghana to Morocco Bestowed A Prestigious Royal Decoration

Her Excellency Imane Ouaadil, Ambassador of Morocco to Ghana, hosted a ceremony at the Moroccan Residence to award His Excellency Stephen Yacubu, former Ambassador of Ghana to the Kingdom of Morocco, with the “Order of Ouissam Alaouite”, bestowed by His Majesty King Mohammed VI

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The Order of Ouissam Alaouite is a military decoration which is bestowed by His Majesty the King upon civilians and military officers who have displayed heroism in combat or have contributed meritorious service to the Kingdom of Morocco.

Today, Friday March 12th, the Moroccan Embassy in Ghana shared via a post on Twitter that Her Excellency Imane Ouaadil, Ambassador of Morocco to Ghana, hosted a ceremony at the Moroccan Residence to award His Excellency Stephen Yacubu, former Ambassador of Ghana to the Kingdom of Morocco, with the “Order of Ouissam Alaouite”, bestowed by His Majesty King Mohammed VI.

After welcoming the guests, the Moroccan diplomat delivered an inaugural address underlining that bestowing such a prestigious decoration upon the Ghanaian ambassador conveys the importance attached by the highest authorities in Morocco to bilateral relations between the two countries.

Ouaadil highlighted the achievements of the former ambassador, stating that “during his tenure in Morocco, H.E. Ambassador Yacubu was committed to the development and diversification of the excellent relations between the two countries”.

In addition, the Moroccan Ambassador warmly congratulated Yacubu for being nominated by His Excellency the President of the Republic of Ghana Nana Akufo-Addo as Upper East Regional Minister, and wished him much success in his future endeavours.

For his part, Yacubu expressed his sincere gratitude to His Majesty King Mohammed VI and to His Majesty’s Ambassador to Ghana H.E. Imane Ouaadil for this prestigious and significant award.

It is noted that many prominent figures attended the event, including the Dean of the Diplomatic Corps, President of Ghana Morocco Old Students Association (GHAMOSA), high ranking members of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, as well as a number of media representatives.

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