Following the death of the MP for Mfantseman who was identified as Ekow Quansah, the good people of Mfantseman constituency have decided to go on red and black attires, to show their mournful state.
It's painful and very hard for them to believe the fact that their beloved Member of Parliament was murdered. The Mfantseman constituency have their streets splashed with funeral posters of the late MP.
Yaw Boagyan, who works with Kasapa News, had an interview with few of the residents and he gathered some comments which are worth sharing with you all who are reading this article.
A resident made a comment saying that he has vowed not to work on the burial day, in honour of their beloved MP. Read his full statement below:
“I’m not opening my shop tomorrow to allow me to mourn my late MP who did a lot for this constituency. He was indeed a kind person who helped a lot of people, it is just right that I give him that last respect. We’ll all join the family as we say a final goodbye to our MP".
For those that missed it, the late MP was brutally murdered by armed robbers close to Abeadze Nkusukum-Duadze road, sometime in October.
He was murdered on his way back from campaigning in respect to the upcoming elections. The Mfantseman MP will be buried on the 28th of November.
The president of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo, Members of the NPP, and other sympathizers are expected to be present at the funeral.
May his soul Rest in peace.
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