The catholic church of Ghana has finally confirmed a date of mourning for their departed Reverend Father George Kwame Kumi, the Vicar General of the Catholic Church.
An Official release signed by the Catholic Bishops Confirmed that hewill be Buried at the St James Seminary Cemetery in Sunyani. They scheduled 23rd July,2021 to be the date for special mass and burial. The Reverend George Kwame Kumi passed on after a brief illness.
Before his demise, he was the Vicar General of the Catholic Church. He also Acted as the resident Father for the Fiapre Branch of the Catholic Church in Bono Region.
When an announcement was made over the death, his congregants could not hold their tears. Sunday mass turned into mini funeral.
Few days ago, the entire catholic church in Ghana were pleaded to organize mass for the departed Reverend Father.
May the good Lord accept the soul of the Reverend Father. We hope and pray that we meet him someday before our maker.
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