One-week observance of Adwoa Safo's mum in photos

One-week observance of Adwoa Safo's mum in photos

The Deputy Majority Leader and Minister of State for Procurement, Sarah Adwoa Safo, has lost her mother, Emily Engman.

Madam Engman died at the Ridge Hospital where she had been on admission.

The 56-year-old woman was taken ill for a short time.

One-week observance of Adwoa Safo's mum in photos
Adwoa Safo at her mother's one-week observance
Source: Facebook

Already, a one-week observance has been held for Madam Engman.

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One-week observance of Adwoa Safo's mum in photos
Dr Bawumia and other dignitaries
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The one-week observance was well-attended by people from government, Parliament and the New Patriotic Party's (NPP) leadership.

One-week observance of Adwoa Safo's mum in photos

Ms Adwoa Safo has, on behalf of her family, taken to Facebook to express her gratitude to all those who attended the event.

One-week observance of Adwoa Safo's mum in photos
Akrobeto with other dignitaries
Source: Facebook

The Dome Kwabenya MP wrote: "On behalf of my Siblings and Family, we express our heartfelt gratitude for your valued presence, donations, prayers and support exhibited during the One Week Celebration of our dear Mum, Madam Emily Engman.

Our utmost Thanks goes to the Vice President, H.E. Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, the Chief of Staff, Hon. Frema Osei-Opare, Senior Members of the Government and Party, Ministers of State, Members of Parliament, the Leadership of the New Patriotic Party, the Municipal Chief Executive of Ga East, Hon. Janet Mensah, the Dome Kwabenya Constituency and all friends and loved ones for the show of Love in our moment of grief this past weekend.

May God richly bless us all.

Hon. Sarah Adwoa Safo

MP, Dome-Kwabenya."

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Meanwhile, a Ghanaian lady has embarrassed herself on social media after her failed attempt to correct a sentence written by Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia on Twitter.

Dr Bawumia, after attending a sod-cutting ceremony in Accra, shared photos on his official Twitter account.

"This morning, I cut sod for work to begin on the construction of a Police Housing Project at the National Police Training School, Tesano-Accra," Dr Bawumia tweeted.

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But the lady, Yvonne Quarcoo, who uses the Twitter handle, @yvonne_quarcoo, felt that there was a grammatical error in the post.

In a Twitter post, the lady falsely asserted that whoever was in charge of Dr Bawumia's Twitter account got it all wrong by spelling 'sod'.

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