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The leadership and entire membership of Young Professionals join the thousands across the world to mourn the passing of an icon and a mentor of the group.
When the idea of the group Young Professionals was brought before him, he embraced it and gave guidance to the leadership that met with him in his humble office at the Flagstaff House.
He proceeded to give the group his endorsement by accepting to launch the group at the premises of the University of Professional Studies, Accra.
Indeed, the group had received support from him in varied ways. He had been our father, a mentor and a patron. He had given advice to us as his children and guided us to this far.
Waking up to the demise of a father is one devastating news one could contain. The entire membership of Young Professionals is in utter shock at this news that has covered the clouds of the nation and the world at large.
Sir, we could only wish you stayed longer to counsel us with your wisdom as had always been the case. However we wished, your maker has different plans.
To the wife, Mrs. Matilda Amissah Arthur who equally stood to welcome us whenever we showed up, we extend our deepest condolences.
To the family, we say “God grant you the strength to stand through these trying times”.
To former President John Dramani Mahama, whom he worked under as a Vice President, we want to share in your pain. May God watch over you and grant you strength.
To the departed soul of our former Vice President, Father, Mentor and Counselor, we wish you safe journey. May you rest in perfect peace.
Stephen Kwabena Attuh (ASK)
Communications, Young Professionals
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