Trades and Industry Minister has prolonged his commiserations to the Royal Family over the loss of life of Queen Elizabeth II.

Alan Kyerematen said the late Head of the Commonwealth of Nations discharged her duties remarkably.

He made this identified after he signed the e book of condolence on Wednesday, September 14, at the British High Commission in Ghana.

According to him, her works will be remembered by all.

“I was at the British High Commission this morning to pay tribute to Queen Elizabeth II of blessed and glorious memory.

“The Queen remains an icon of inspirational and dedicated leadership whose 70-year reign of dignity and remarkable devotion will be immortalised in history,” he said in a tweet.

About her loss of life

She died peacefully on Thursday, September 8, at her Scottish property, the place she had spent a lot of the summer time.

The Queen got here to the throne in 1952 and witnessed huge social change.

His Majesty King Charles III described the Queen’s loss of life as a second of “greatest sadness” for him and members of the Royal Family.

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