Thousands of people across the country today celebrated the death of their key players in politics, Nana Adom Yeboah a.k.a Chairman Abokyi.
There is every reason to celebrate his death due to his unmatched records in politics. He was the longest NPP’s constituency chairman from 2000 to date.
His chalked successes to the NPP party and his sudden death have created a big vacuum to replace.
He was enstooled as the Bamiri Twafohene in 2015 alongside his several scheduled. He left behind six children who are all resourced.
Celebrating the death of Chairman Abokyi is well deserved. The Twafohene of the Techiman traditional council, Nana Afena Nketiah was the chief mourner, clad in all black.
The minister for trade and industry, hon Alan John Kyeremanten, minister for trade and industry joined his colleagues in the region to pay their last respect to Chairman Abokyi.
The death of Chairman Abokyi has demonstrated his love for the church and dedication to the venerable ones. Rev Father Annor Yeboah disclosed this when sermonising mass and prayer for the late Chairman Abokyi.
The bishop of the Sunyani Diocese, Matthew Gyamfi joined Bishop Dominic Yeboah Nyarko to celebrate late Abokyi.
The administrator of Techiman Catholic diocese, Fr Annor Yeboah in his sermon urged the congregation to repent since there is judgment after death.