- Vice-President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia has mourned with the Executive Director of Tobinco Group of Companies, Elder Nana Amo Tobbin
- He arrived at the funeral of the late mother of the Ghanaian business owner on Saturday, which is ongoing at the State House in Accra
- A video of the vice-president walking towards the remains of Deaconess Margaret Tobin to pay his respect has emerged
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Vice-President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia has paid respect as the Executive Director of Tobinco Group of Companies Elder Nana Amo Tobbin buries his mother Saturday, May 7.
The vice-president was spotted wearing all-black as he arrived at the funeral with his security details to mourn with the Ghanaian business owner.
Deaconess Margaret Badu Tobbin, who was born in 1937, died at age 84 on December 24, 2021, after battling a short sickness.
In a video online, Dr Bawumia can be seen walking toward the remains of Deaconess Tobin to pay his respect before leaving to exchange pleasantries with other dignitaries at the burial ground.
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The funeral rites was held at Awudua in Tarkwa in the Western Region.
Watch the video below:
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