The Minister of Information seem not to have been in a good mood yesterday. As a weekend, probably it was expected of him to have a good rest at home or meet his constituents to discuss pressing issues.
But it seemed none of them happen. Rather, he was bidding farewell to someone dear to him. Someone who has been in his life since 1997.
The Minister didn't hide his sorrows, but took to this Facebook page to pour out his heart and asked for strength in such a trying time.
He attached some pictures of the burial service with the following words" My brother Joseph Gyedu Williams and family today bid farewell to their mom, Aunty Kate. She was a mother to all of us who occasionally passed through the house since 1997. Paa Kow, may the Lord grant you, Ewuradwoa and the entire household strength."
Well meaning Ghanaians also offered their condolences in the comments session afterwards.
It was indeed sad to see the Minister bid farewell to someone close to him.
We our condolences to the family.
We pray they stay stronger during these trying times.
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