"Yeduru Amanfo so a na yakae yaanom" This is a Twi language which means we remember our heroes anytime they are revisited.
Social media users couldn't hold their tears as the wife of the late Mfantseman MP Honorabe Ophelia Quansa Hayford posted about her late husband.
"His soul will always be kept in the bosom of the all mighty. Indeed his irreplaceable , we will forever remember him great as a great hunter who cares for his constituency and Ghana as a whole. Sleep well Daddy. I'm crying" Bless Mensah commented with crying emojis.
"You've made me remember our painful moment. Sleep well my boss. Sleep well my MP" Razak Hussein added a comment.
The late MP was gruesomely murderered prior the 2020 elections. According to his wife who is the current member of Parliament, the Mfantseman Constituency has organized a one year anniversary and memorial service.
Indeed a country which does not honor it's heroes is not worth dying for. It is a good moment for Honorable Ophelia Quansa Hayford and her constituents to remember her late husband.
Check out Ophelia Quansa Hayford post below.
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