The late New Patriotic Celebration (NPP) Member of Parliament for the Kumawu constituency, Philip Atta Basoah, who died on March 13, 2023, can be buried right now.
A high-powered delegation from each the bulk and minority sides of Parliament are billed to attend the funeral at Kumawu, within the Ashanti Area, to pay their final respects to their former colleague who died all of a sudden. He was one of many three absentee MPs throughout a vital vote to verify President Akufo-Addo’s ministerial appointees a day after his dying.
A robust get together illustration, together with the Ashanti regional chairman of the NPP, Bernard Antwi-Boasiako (Chairman Wontumi), is predicted to grace the event.
Forward of the funeral, former President, John Dramani Mahama, led a delegation yesterday to the realm to marketing campaign for the get together’s parliamentary candidate within the upcoming by-election, scheduled for Tuesday.
An announcement issued by the particular aide to the previous President, Joyce Bawah Mogtari, mentioned the management of NDC had been within the constituency supporting the candidate, Akwasi Amankwa, and his executives within the marketing campaign.
The assertion mentioned former President Mahama is becoming a member of the nationwide chairman, Johnson Asiedu Nketia, and others, already on the bottom, to lend his help to the marketing campaign.
He was anticipated to have referred to as on the chief of Kumawu, earlier than assembly varied teams to marketing campaign.
And on Sunday, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo can also be anticipated to guide a workforce from the Jubilee Home and get together devoted to crown the second and mobilise help for the NPP candidate, Ernest Yaw Anim.
Mr Anim, 38, and a Chartered Accountant gained the NPP main on Sunday, April 23, after polling 195 votes as towards his closest rival and the one feminine within the five-man race, Obaapa Ama Serwah, who polled 181 votes.
Kwaku Duah, a former NPP member who went unbiased within the final parliamentary election at Kumawu, can also be contesting the Kumawu by-election.
Profile of Basoah
Philip Atta Basoah, 53, was a member of the seventh and eight Parliament of the Fourth Republic of Ghana.
He entered Parliament in 2012 and held onto the seat in subsequent elections till his sudden demise.
Earlier than coming into Parliament, he was the mission coordinator of the Ghana Training Service within the Ashanti Area.
He was additionally the District Chief Government on the ministry of native authorities for the Sekyere East District from 2005 to 2009.
The late Basoah was as soon as a tutor on the Agogo Senior Excessive Faculty.
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