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Bernard Ahiafor Consoles Avedzi over Lose of Wife

The Member of Parliament for Akatsi South Constituency, Bernard Ahiafor, on Saturday February 8, signed a book of condolence opened in memory of the late Mrs. Fortune Abla Avedzi, Wife of Hon. James Klutsey Avedzi, MP for Ketu North Constituency.

Mr. Ahiafor, who broke in tears while signing the book of condolence at Xipe, was accompanied by the NDC Constituency executives in the Akatsi South Constituency.

Mrs. Avedzi died on the 30th January 2020 at New Hope clinic, Denu in the Volta Region after a short illness.

While commiserating with the Deputy Minority leader and the family, the Akatsi South lawmaker noted that Mrs. Fortune Abla Avedzi was not only his colleague wife, “we had worked together for a long time from when I was the School Prefect for Abor Senior High School and she was the Girls Prefect too in the same year and the same class, so she was his very good friend,” Mr. Ahiafor recounted with tears.

Hon Ahiafor

Mr Ahiafor condolence message read: “We lost very industrious soul. You and I were referred to as Mama Aborsco and Torgbui Aborsco respectively, as you were my Girl’s Prefect while I was the Boy’s Perfect in Abor Secondary school. Your untimely departure has shaken our foundation. May your soul Rest in Perfect Peace.”

He however assured the Avedzi family of his utmost support to give his classmate, Mrs Abla Avedzi, a befitting burial to rest with her maker.

Several tributes have been pouring in for the lovely and caring mother from influential individuals within the Volta region, especially members of the National Democratic Congress (NDC).

The Akatsi South Constituency executives accompanied the MP to mourn with the bereaved family.

 

 

Source: therepublicnewsonline.com/Felix Nyaaba

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