Volta NDC mourns Regional Women Organizer Mercy Kuada

The Volta Regional Branch of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), led by the Regional Chairman, John Kwadwo Gyapong, has opened a book of condolence for the late Volta Regional Women Organizer, Mercy Kuada, at a memorial Service to mark two weeks of her demise from earth.
The short ceremony held at the Regional Party office brought together over one thousand (1,000) relations and friends to celebrate the life of late Madam Kuada and to share interested moments they had with her together.
Most of the mourners who shared uncontrollable tears included: Former and current  Members of Parliament, former and Current Regional Executives, former Ministers of State, former Ambassadors and government appointees. The rest are former Metropolitan, Municipal and District Chief Executives, Constituency Executives and supporters from the Region and National Headquarters of the Party.
On behalf of the Family, the former Ambassador to Germany, and MP for North Dayi, Akua Sena Dansoa, described Madam Mercy as “a strong woman”.
She said, her sudden demise had left the NDC in a state of shock, adding that, “but we are consoled  by every contribution you’ve made so far.
“It’s unfortunate that, Auntie Mercy too pass on at this crucial time of our ongoing reorganization, but she has taught us so many of those tactics already, for the 2020 general election”.
The Regional Chairman, John Gyapong Kwadwo, said “this is the first time an acting  Regional Executive has died since the formation of the NDC”.
Narrating good things done by the late, Mr. Gyapong Kwadwo, said, she has been loyal to the Party till her last breath.
According to  the Chairman, under her leadership us Regional Women Organization, the Volta Region never disappointed the NDC at polls.
Madame Mercy died on 13th August, 2017. She left behind four children.
In attendance at the ceremony were former Ambassador to Malaysia, Dan Abodagbi, former Volta Regional Minister, Joseph Amenorwode, former MP for Bortiano/Nglishie/Amanfrom, Bright Demordzi and Dzifa  Ativor, former Transport Minister.
The test are:  former Deputy of Tourism and Creative Arts Minister, Dzifa Gomashie, former Interior Minister, Prosper Bani, former Presidential staffer, Stan Xoese Dogbe, former MP for Ho West, Hon. Kofi Attoh, among a others.
Source: Francis Edzorna Mensah

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