Former regional minister Esther Lily Nkansah dies; Ghanaians react with sorrow

Former regional minister Esther Lily Nkansah dies; Ghanaians react with sorrow

A former Western regional minister, Esther Lily Nkansah has lost her life at 71 years, YEN.com.gh can confirm.

Information available suggests that she died at the Effia Nkwanta Regional Hospital in Sekondi as she was receiving treatment.

The late Nkansah was a lawyer and the last regional minister to serve in the Western region during the Rawlings’ administration from 1997 to 2000.

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Former regional minister Esther Lily Nkansah loses her life; Ghanaians react with sorrow

The late Esther Lily Nkansah Source: citinewsroom.com
Source: UGC

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Per a report by citinewsroom.com, she was named as part of a 10-member board of the Bank of Ghana in 2010 by the late president, Professor John Evans Atta-Mills.

The rationale behind the appointment was to provide assistance with regard to the ‘Better Ghana Agenda.’

Confirming details of the news, the Western regional communication directorate of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) revealed that “her situation was critical yesterday but passed this morning”.

Ghanaians reacted with sadness upon hearing the news of the death of the former minister:

Frimpong wondered why politicians have no time for their health.

Cyruz prayed her soul would rest in peace.

Michael prayed for God's blessings for her good works.

Boateng added that she served her country to the best of her ability.

James predicted Owusu Bempah would soon play a prophecy about her death.

Henry recalled a time when he was in school as he knew her then.

In other news, information available shows that three policemen; a seargent and two corporals have helped renovate their police station.

The officers, stationed at Assin Awisem in the Assin Central Constituency, contributed money and labour to give the structure a facelift.

It has been established that prior to their act, the station was in a deplorable state and they, therefore, decided to take the initiative.

The police officers reportedly contributed 70 percent of the funds used for the renovation and residents in the area assisted with the balance. Social media users have reacted with love to the story and the related photos.

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