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Ejisu-Ashanti NDC mourns Dr. John Kumah

Ejisu NDC mourns Dr. John Kumah

Ejisu-Ashanti NDC mourns Dr. John Kumah

Members of the NDC in the Ejisu Constituency, along with their executives, were accompanied by the Ashanti Regional Chairman, Hon. Augustus Andrews Nana Kwasi, as they visited and offered their condolences to the family of the late Hon. Dr. John Ampontua Kumah, former Deputy Finance Minister, at his residence in Donaso, Ejisu Constituency.

The Regional Chairman extended the opposition party’s sympathy to the family and prayed for the departed to rest in peace.

The Spokesperson of the Family shared the details leading to the late member’s passing, explaining that he had returned to Ejisu to celebrate Independence Day with his constituents. Unfortunately, his health deteriorated, and despite efforts to rush him back to Accra for treatment, he passed away at Suhum Government Hospital.


Dr. John Kumah, Late Ejisu MP & Deputy Finance Minister

Reacting to the official confirmation of the demise of the late Member of Parliament for Ejisu, Hon. Dr. John Kumah by the family’s spokesperson, the Regional Chairman said he was shocked to hear the untimely departure of his good friend and brother. He said, the news broke to him when the party was holding a National Executive Committee meeting to take decision on H.E John Mahama’s running mate nominees. This caused NDC members to halt their meeting and observed a minute silence in honour of the departed politician.

The Chairman also requested the family to inform the party about the funeral arrangements for the late Dr. John Kumah.

Ejisu NDC mourns Dr. John Kumah

From left: Mr. Charles Amoateng (NDC Ejisu Constituency Chairman, Hon Augustus Andrews Nana Kwasi, NDC Ashanti Regional Chairman, and Hon Jerryne Asante, NDC Parliamentary Candidate, Ejisu

Source: Bernard Sao (Nana Brobbey), NDC Communication Team Member, Ejisu Constituency

Ejisu NDC mourns Dr. John Kumah

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