- All irresponsible fathers have been urged to change their characters
- The Minister for Gender, Children and Social Protection made this charge
- She has also congratulated all gallant fathers
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The Minster for Gender, Children and Social Protection, Adwoa Sarfo, has taken on irresponsible fathers in an official message to commemorate Father’s Day.
In her statement, the minister charged fathers who have shirked their responsibilities at home to resume them as a matter of urgency.
“As we celebrate our gallant fathers, we entreat fathers who have abandoned their responsibilities towards their families to renew their minds and take up their leadership and headship roles,” he statement read.
Meanwhile, the minister has congratulated all fathers for their roles in families and social life including President Akufo-Addo.
In other stories
Details of the one-week observance for Emmanuel Osei, the policeman shot in the Korle-Bu bullion van robbery, have been revealed.
The details were revealed by a poster announcing the one-week ceremony which has popped up online.
According to the poster, the one-week observance will come off on Saturday, June 26, 2021, exactly one week since his death.
The one-week observance will be held at the AME Zion School Park, off the Adade Road at Fetteh Kakraba, near Kasoa.
IGP visits Osei's family
A day after the sad incident, the IGP, James Oppong Boanuh, visited the family of the slain police officer.
The IGP who was accompanied by an entourage from the policy hierarchy assured the family of bringing the perpetrators to book.
Photos from the IGP's visit have popped up on social media showing a gloomy atmosphere.
Osei was not the only victim of the robbery incident as a lady, Afia Badu, also lost her life.
Badu, a trader at the location of the robbery scene was shot after the roobers had killed Osei and were making away with the money.
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Aged 40, Badu left behind a husband and three children.
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