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On October 14, Morocco’s Ambassador, Imane Quaadil, will visit Yendi



From October 14 to October 17, 2022, the Moroccan Ambassador to Ghana is scheduled to make an official visit to Yendi.
The visit of Imane Quaadil is part of her diplomatic responsibilities to improve relations between Morocco and the Yendi people.
Her visit comes after the Yendi MP, Farouk Aliu Mahama, and her talked about things of mutual interest, like skills-based training and other opportunities from Morocco for the Yendi people.
Imaane Quaadil stated, “it will be exciting and great for Morocco to collaborate with the people of Yendi in areas of skills training, information, technical education, and religion” during the previous engagement in Accra.
Her trip also aims to strengthen Ghana’s ties with her country, particularly with the ancient town of Yendi, so that they can work together better.
On Friday, when Alhaji Farouk Mahama and the Ambassador arrive in Tamale, they will drive to the Dagbon Traditional Capital of Yendi to see the Damba and then return to Tamale for a welcome dinner.
On Saturday, October 15, the delegation will visit Shani Alhassan Shaibu, Northern Regional Minister, and Ndan Ya-Na Mahama Abukari II, respectively. After that, the delegation will move to the Yendi Community Center’s Skills Exhibition Center.
In addition, the delegation will visit Mion, inspect a Skill Development Center site, and return to Tamale.
On Sunday, October 16, the group will visit the Mole National Park Game Reserve in addition to making a courtesy visit to the Yagbonwura in Damongo.
The delegation will also travel to Accra on Monday after making stops at the University for Development Studies and Tamale Technical University.
Farouk Aliu Mahama, on the other hand, stated that he has placed a high priority on establishing relationships with the international community for the benefit of the people of Yendi, which will ultimately result in the necessary financial backing for development.
He stated that the goal is to establish a sister-city relationship between Yendi and other global cities.

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