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We are deeply saddened by our President death. We send our condolences to the family.
We received with chewed up sadness, the news of the death of His Excellency President John Evans Atta Mills; former President of the Republic of Ghana. This sad and shocking event occurred on Tuesday, July 24, 2012.
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On The Wings Of Hope
As an ancient legend goes;
If anyone desires a wish to come true,
they must capture a butterfly and whisper that wish to it.
Since butterflies make no sound,
They can’t tell that wish to anyone but the Great Spirit,
So by making the wish and releasing the butterfly,
It will be taken to the heavens and be granted.
Although this legend implies that we should keep our wishes silent,
there are some wishes that need to be expressed out loud.
To those that have been touched by the disease we are helping to fight today,
We wish the caregivers strength and tranquility,
and thank them for their gifted labor of love.
We wish the survivors a long and happy life,
and thank them for showing us how to fight with courage and determination.
We wish those currently fighting the battle energy and hope,
and thank them for showing us what true bravery is all about.
And finally, we wish the victims peace and love,
and thank them for the joy and happiness they brought to us.
With this symbolic gesture, we honor those that have left us and encourage
those left behind to continue the fight “On the Wings of Hope”.
Dalla Mae Isaac Matlock said:
From MARTIN AYIIH to You
Fellow Ghanaians, have my condolences for the great loss. It is now clare that all of us are mourning the death of our late president. We have not come here to praise him. The evil that men do live after them but the good is often burried with them. Let not the death of this great man open an opportunity for his good deeds to be burried with him. No one should play God and let no one also play the devil. Death is inevitable and it will come when it will come. Our only anxiety about it is that we do not know when, how and where it comes. I implore all and sandry to take a cue from the sudden death of the late leader and prepare ourselves for the end. All those "honourabblemen" and of course, women ,who on daily basis insulted, critisized and even wanted to beat him, if they had the chance are now on holiday. The only good thing we can ,as a nation, do for him is not only to erect physical monuments in his memory but also to live the values he stood for. Though he was not a saint and nobody is preparing to canonise him, he led an examplirary life worthy of emulation.
Prof [Emeritus] the Teacher, the law professor who turned out a lot of "learned Friends" who did not even regard him as the one who gave them their profession, the Tax man and collector who put into the purse of Ghana a lot of notes, the politician and a stateman of repute, REST IN PERFECT PACE WITH YOUR MAKER. GOD BE WITH YOU ALL THE TIME. AMEN!!!