COSRA remembers Lawrence Kom 10 years since passing on

The Catholic Organisation for Social and Religious Advancement (COSRA) has remembered the memory of it’s late National Organiser, Lawrence Kwesi Kom, some ten years on since his passing on to eternity.
In a statement signed by the National President of COSRA, Mavis A. A. Ekpe, the group paid glowing tribute to the memory of the late Organiser through whose ingenuity, COSRA now has blood donation exercise as a major activity on its national calendar.
Lawrence Kom died through a fatal motor accident on January, 27, 2008, ten years ago when he was the National Organiser for COSRA.
The statement prayed that the deceased in resting in the blossom of the Lord.
 Find published below the full statement
*10* *YEARS*
*REMEMBRANCE* *OF* *LAWRENCE* *KWASI* *KOM*
2nd_ _Timothy_ _4_ : _6_ – _8__
“As for me, the hour has come for to be sacrificed, the time is here for me to leave this life”
Exactly 10 years ago today, 27th January 2008,  you were involved in a very fatal road accident and eventually breathed your last.
At the time of your death you were the National COSRA Organizer.
We, the National COSRA Secretariat, the National Council of COSRA and indeed all members of COSRA will always keep you in our hearts.
You introduced Blood Donation as a Social Responsibility for COSRA members and this activity has been taken seriously at all levels. The National COSRA Secretariat implements Blood Donation exercises periodically, while Accra Archdiocesan COSRA does the Blood donation annually.
We believe you are resting in the  bossom  of the Almighty God.
REST IN PERFECT PEACE LAWRENCE KWASI KOM!!!
We will forever miss you!
SIGNED
Mavis A. A. Ekpe
National COSRA President.
January 27, 2018

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