Death is inevitable, it is a phase in life everyone will undergo at some point in life. The gap left behind by our loved ones is usually difficult to be filled but we have to let them rest in peace.
In news today sighted by Readforme on thepressghana.com revealed the sad death of a member of the council of elders who is part of the ruling New Patriotic Party.
The member is popularly known as MBA Yipelielnaa and it was reported he died after a short illness on the weekend.
His death has trembled the heart of the people in the north region and the North Constituency. He was one of the committed NPP members who has shown love to the people of the community and the entire Region.
His enthusiasm for the party led NPP to win a lot of votes in the constituency comparing to other years. Though NPP has not been able to win the parliamentary seat they did well in the number of votes they received.
As a Muslim, he was buried on the same day. Not all the party executives were there but the regional represented to mourn with the family.
May his soul rest in peace.
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