In his message of condolence to the government, wife and family of the late President, he said, “Ghana has indeed lost a great son and leader.”
The Asantehene noted that the late President as an academician, sportsman and political leader always sought to achieve the best for the people of Ghana.
“His rise to the highest political office was phenomenal and his leadership was full of modesty, humility and sincerity. May his soul rest in peace”, the message added.
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