Sad and unfortunate things have been happening to people in the country at the moment. Almost everyday new things occur with bad or good but this time around a misfortune has befallen the current Member of Parliament of the Damongo constituency.
Honourable Samuel Abu Jinapor did not hear good news as his paddy, his friend, colleague and a classmate has passed on. The Member of Parliament and also the Minister of land and Natural Resources can be said to be very hurt in the way he reported the unfortunate incident to Ghanaians and his supporters on his social media platform.
On the hard working Minister's Facebook platform, he reported that death of a good friend of his, whose name is Justice kwabena Ansah Pobih (a.k.a Kosovo).
Hon Jinapor and the deceased, Justice kwabena Ansah Pobih
Hon. Jinapor revealed that, the deceased was his classmate and a collaborator when he was at the faculty of law and Ghana school of law from 2008 to 2010 and 2010 to 2012 respectively.
The Minister has lost a true brother and can be said to be in mourning at the moment. Ghanaians should remember him, the deceased family and the deceased in prayers.
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