Death, they sadly say is inevitable and a journey every human would sojourn once in a lifetime. Death has taken away many priceless memories and moments, and has stolen the joy of some families. Ghana as a nation has lost many great and iconic giants in nation building to death. This year, especially has not been an easy year for the whole country as many political icons, legendary musicians, prominent actors and influential and charismatic leaders have passed on.
In the early hours of yesterday, Ghanaians were hit with a tough blow by the death of a former National Security Coordinator for the country. The late Captain Kojo Tsikata has embellished his name in the history books of the country owing to his exceptional skills in security and defense mechanisms. Undoubtedly, his sad demise came as a surprise to many Ghanaians.
A while ago, the Member of Parliament for North Tongu constituency who also served as the Deputy Minister for Education under the erstwhile Mahama administration, Honourable Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has sadly dropped a commiserating statement to the family of the late Tsikata Kojo. The lawmaker's post also sent a message to the family of the deceased.
According to Honourable Okudzeto Ablakwa, Captain Tsikata would go down in history as one of the greatest servants of the continent and beyond. He sadly indicated that, the prowess of late Kojo Tsikata crowned him with numerous global accolades to cement his achievements as an exceptional leader.
Okudzeto Ablakwa joined the millions of Ghanaians especially the NDC sympathisers to eulogise the late Kojo Tsikata. He believes that, NDC owes its success partly to the efforts of the late Kojo Tsikata as a founding member of the party. In a post sighted on his official Facebook page, Okudzeto Ablakwa in a long write up summed the life of the late Captain.
He wrote, "Rest well, mystery soldier. Please keep watch over our continent, the nation you served with distinction and your dearest NDC......."
Read his original post below:
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