11 year old Ghana boy, Ambassador Andrew Andansi Bonnah to sign book of condolence on behalf of Ghanaian Children in honour of late Prez Mills
7/31/2012 9:24:03 PM -
11 year old Andrew Adansi Bonnah, initiator of the Save Somali Children From Hunger Project that dominated the world will tomorrow sign the book of condolence at the State House in Accra at 10:30 hrs GMT. He will also visit the castle to express his heartfelt condolence to President Mahama on behalf of Ghanaian children. In addition will make a stop over at visit the residence of the former First lady, Dr. Ernestina Mills to wish her well in this difficult time.
According to Andrew Adansi Bonnah 'my visit is to pay respect on my own; and on behalf of all Ghanaian children as a sign of our love for our late President'.
Andrew has also stated that he will light candles as a sign of 'the path' of the late President took in life while he was alive. He believes that late President Mills soul will rest in perfect peace since Ghanaian children will forever miss him citing that late President Mills was humble, knowledgeable, intelligent, patient, loving; and, above all, God-fearing. 'I wish I had all these qualities; I wish all children had these qualities' he stated.
Young Ambassador Andrew who is currently embarking on a national exercise to raise 100,000 pints of blood nationwide for the blood banks in our regional and district hospitals has called the exercise off and hoping to resume activities soon after the burial. Eelier, Andrew had written to the late President through the Ministry of Defense asking for an aircraft to airlift him to some of the blood donation points or centres in other parts of the country for him to monitor activities.
'All was set for me to meet the late President within that week only to hear on that day (Tuesday, 24th July, 2012) that the President has passed on to the other world' he remarked.
'Now, it looks like everything has been turned upside down' Andrew stated.
However, the nationwide blood donation exercise shall begin after the burial of the President - the first 2 Saturdays of the months of Sept., Oct., and Nov. across the country after the launch of the project at the Alisa Hotel in the 3rd week of August.