Akufo-Addo mourns  John Kumah 

Story: News Desk 

President Nana Addo Dankwa  Akufo-Addo has conveyed his condolences following the passing of Ejisu Member of Parliament and Deputy Finance Minister, John Kumah.

Expressing his grief, the President lamented that Dr. Kumah’s demise had  left both himself and the government in a state of sorrow, as they had lost a source of vibrant energy.

In a statement honouring the late appointee, President Akufo-Addo characterized Dr. Kumah as a humble and diligent individual, dedicated to the advancement of the nation.

“I am deeply saddened by the tragic news of the sudden death of the Deputy Minister for Finance and Member of Parliament for Ejisu, Hon. John Ampontuah Kumah, whose untimely passing has left us all bereft of a bright, energetic light in our midst.”

“I knew him very well both in my days as Leader of the Opposition and as President of the Republic, and his warmth, humility, and genuine concern for others endeared him to me and to all who crossed his path.

“His unwavering dedication to service, his tireless commitment to the betterment of our nation, and his profound passion for uplifting the lives of the people of Ejisu and Ghana were evident to all who had the privilege of knowing him.”

” He was a stalwart of the New Patriotic Party in the Ejisu constituency, which he served with great enthusiasm and devotion as a Member of Parliament,” he said.

Dr. John Kumah, aged 45, passed away in the early hours of Thursday, March 7, after a brief illness.

He was  survived by his wife, Apostle Mrs. Lilian Kumah, and six children, leaving behind a legacy as a committed family man.


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