- Secretary-General of the Commonwealth, Baroness Patricia Scotland, has described Ghana's late former President Jerry John Rawlings as an emblem of freedom, hope and inspiration
- Baroness Patricia Scotland came to Ghana to pay homage for what President Rawlings strove to achieve during his lifetime
- She also mentioned that JJ Rawlings was not only beloved to the citizens of Ghana but the entire Africa
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Baroness Patricia Scotland, the Secretary-General of the Commonwealth, has mentioned that Ghana's late former President Jerry John Rawlings had a lot he was loved for.
Information obtained directly by YEN.com.gh indicates Baroness Scotland categorically conjectured that Rawlings was an emblem of freedom, hope and inspiration who represented the best of Africa.
Ghanaians were taken aback on November 12, 2020, when the former president passed on sadly, showing how much he was endeared to the hearts of many in the country.
However, Baroness Scotland said the former President was not only beloved to the citizens of Ghana but the entire Africa as he represented freedom, liberty, good governance and the best of man.
On Monday, the Commonwealth Secretary-General paid a courtesy call on former first lady, Nana Konadu Agyeman-Rawlings and the entire Rawlings family.
This was a gesture meant to pay homage to what President Rawlings strove to achieve during his lifetime and Baroness Patricia Scotland gave a touching tribute during the courtesy call.
The Commonwealth boss who was in Ghana with a team to monitor Ghana's elections said she is in Ghana at a time when the former President's memory is needed more than any time.
In other news, Linda Tetteh, a Critical Nursing Officer at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital in Accra, has added a new level of achievement to her amazing feats.
Information obtained directly from the brilliant mother of two indicates that she just graduated as the valedictorian of all Master of Philosophy programmes for the 2020 batch at the University of Ghana.
Linda, who is a product of the Mfantsiman Girls' Senior High School, was also at the University of Eastern Finland during her second year of her MPhil on an exchange programme.
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