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Rose Christiane Ossouka attends Hamed Bakayoko’s National Funeral Ceremony

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The Gabonese Prime Minister, Head of Government Mrs. Rose Christiane Ossouka Raponda attended the official funeral of the Late Prime Minister of Côte D’Ivoire Hamed Bakayoko.

Representing the President of the Republic, Head of State H.E Ali Bongo Ondimba, Mrs Rose Christiane Ossouka visited Abidjan on Wednesday to extend Gabon’ sympathy to the President of Côte d’Ivoire H.E Alassane Ouattara for the passing of the Prime Minister Hamed Bakayoko on March 10 barely two days after his 56th anniversary. He died from cancer.

Many officials, including the President of the republic of Ghana H.E Nana Akuffo Addo, President of Burkina Faso H.E Roch Marc Christian Kabore attended the funeral ceremony hosted by President Alassane Ouatarra.

The memorial ceremony marked the remembrance of the Heads of State and Government as well as high ranking personalities over the Prime Minister’s life. Hamed Bakayoko was honored with the posthumous decoration and the military parade.

Devoted Politician and Philanthropist, the Late Hamed Bakayoko who served as Prime Minister since July 2020 was considered as a potential successor to President Alassane Ouattara.

The Head of Government demise has brought tears and sadness in Cote d’Ivoire, especially in the Abobo Commune.

“Hambak” or “the Golden Boy” will be forever remembered for the commitment, generosity, hard work, openness, humility and the loyalty who, through his social, professional and political career, has inspired millions of young people.

The Late Prime Minister will be buried in Seguela, Northwest region of the Country on Friday. 


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