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The ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) joined thousands of mourners to commiserate with former deputy Youth Organizer of the party, Dominic Eduah for the final funeral rites of his father, late Mr. Dominic Kwaku Eduah over the weekend, Saturday 16th March 2019.

The late Dominic Kwaku Eduah, father of the former Deputy Youth Organizer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Dominic K. Eduah popularly called The Field Marshal was a staunched member of the New Patriotic Party who served the party in diverse ways.

The Ajumako Assassan in the Central Region was filled to capacity as mourners from all walks of life turned up to share in his grieve.

Various tribute poured out for him for leaving a good legacy for his family.

Family, friends, dignitaries, as well as the good people of Ajumako Assassan, attended the burial service of the late Dominic Kwaku Eduah.

Also in attendance were the Chief of Staff, Madam Frema Opare; the Communications Director, Yaw Buabeng Asamoah; the National Organizer, Mr. Sammy Awuku; the National Youth Organizer, Henry Nana Boakye;  Ministers of State, Chief Executives, other government appointees, DEC’s, MMCE’s, Party officers, Tescon, Western Regional House of Chiefs and other party faithful were there to empathize with Mr. Eduah for his loss.

Mr. Eduah however has expressed his heartfelt gratitude to all those who shared in his grieve and also sympathized with him and his family in such a difficult moment.

The late Mr. Dominic Kwaku Eduah left behind 8 children and a widow.

Source: Josephine Acheampomaa/Peacefmonline/[email protected]

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