King Mohammed VI received newly appointed governors at the royal palace of Rabat.
Rabat – King Mohammed VI received several newly appointed walis, including one woman, at the royal palace of Rabat on Monday night.
The list of the walis includes Mohamed Yacoubi, wali of the Rabat-Sale-Kenitra region at the prefecture of Rabat, Said Ahmidouch, wali of the Casablanca-Settat.
The King also received the wali of the Tangier-Tetouan-Al Hoceima region; and the Abdesekal Bekrate, the Wali of the Laayoune Sakia El Hamra region.
During the reception ceremony, the monarch received Bouchaab Yahdiih the wali of the Draa-Tafilalet region and Khatib El Hebil, the wali of the Beni Mellal-Khenifra region.
The full list of the wallis is as follows:
Abdelhak Hamdaoui, governor of the Boulmane province;
Mustapha Ennouhi, governor of the Midelt province;
Hassan Zitouni, Governor of the Tinghir province;
Brahim Abouzaid, Governor of the Settat province;
Ali Salem Chagaf; governor of the Mediouna province;
Omar Touimi, governor of the Sale prefecture;
Hicham Medarhri Alaoui, governor of the Mohammedia prefecture;
Khadija Benchouikh, governor of the El Hay Hassani prefecture:
Omar Touimi Benjelloun, governor of the Sefrou province;
Abdellah Chater, governor of the Nouaceur province;
El Alamine Bouassam, governor of Larache province;
El Habib Nadir, governor of the Sidi Kacem province;
Rachid Benchikhi, governor of the El Haouz province;
Mohamed Nouchti, governor of the Ben Msik district.
The King also received Hassan Mzerma, governor attached to the central administration of the Ministry of Interior. .
The newly appointed wallis swore an oath before King Mohammed VI during the audience, vowing to diligently carry out their duties.
Morocco’s Minister of Interior Abdelouafi Laftit and Minister Delegate to the Minister of Interior Noureddine Boutayeb attended the ceremony.