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Tribute: The Fallen of an Oak Tree – Hadji Mustaphar

I may not be the first nor last to express my heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family of the late Kwesi Bekoe Amissah Arthur (HE ). The former veep of the republic of Ghana.

He served as a Public office holder with selflessness, dedication and humility coupled with an enviable life time achievements both in academia and limelight Politics.

As a member of the NDC in the Dome Kwabenya constituency, of the greater Accra region the saddened news of His Excellency Amissah Arthur struck me to the marrow, since it was an experience I had never felt before on such a day like this.

Since words and concurrent grammar can not explained the effects accustomed by this heavy lost to the NDC fraternity.

My sincere sympathies goes to his nuclear family, as well as all who may have come into contact with him through whatever capacity during his existence.

At this critical and painful hour, let’s remain solemn and resolute about his contributions to the NDC and Ghana whilst he was with us.

Let us mourn with semblance of reflections and comfort, as we awaits steadfastly on the way forward as the NDC has directed all Functional Offices across the length and breath of the country to fly the NDC flag at halve mast to signify the demise of a fallen hero in the party.

Metaphorically speaking, there’s no denying the fact that indeed an *Oak Tree Has Fallen*

NDC, together doable !

NDC scribe( Dome Kwabenya ) *Peculiar 2* branch.

H. E Paa Kwesi Bekoe Amissah Arthur.

*Rest In Peace*

 

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