The National Democratic Congress (NDC) has said it will mourn, celebrate, and learn from the life of former Deputy Minister of Social Welfare and Employment, Ama Benyiwa Doewho died over the weekend.
The party stalwart as reported by Modernghana News, passed on in the early hours of Sunday, September 19, 2021, after a protracted ailment according to her aide Jerry Kissi-Dei Yeboah.
In a press release from the NDC, the party says Auntie Ama was a courageous firebrand of the NDC family and her untimely loss robs the party of yet another elder with enormous knowledge and experience.
According to the NDC, it “shall mourn her, celebrate her, learn from her life, and salute her for what she achieved for party and country.”
The release from the NDC adds, “For now, even though she was very much a part of us, we shall, together with all necessary stakeholders, join hands with the family to honour her memory with a befitting farewell.”
Ama Benyiwa Doe died at age 73.
Below is the press release form the NDC: