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Ambassador Alhaji Salamu Amadu offers heartfelt condolences following the passing of Former First Lady Theresa Kufuor

In a poignant gesture, Alhaji Salamu Amadu, the National Youth Ambassador for Peace and Development, has conveyed his profound condolences to Former President John Agyekum Kufuor following the loss of his beloved wife, Madam Theresa Kufuor.

Ghana mourns the passing of one of its most distinguished former first ladies, and the nation’s flags now fly at half-mast, paying a solemn tribute to her memory.

Ambassador Salamu’s words during this somber occasion resonated deeply:

“Ghana has bid farewell to one of its finest former first ladies,” he expressed with a heavy heart. He continued, “May the Almighty grant her eternal peace as she embarks on this final journey.”

In a gesture of respect for the late former First Lady Theresa Kufuor, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo ordered the national flags in Ghana to be lowered to half-mast.

The entire nation joins in mourning Madam Theresa Kufuor, a woman whose grace and dedication have left an indelible mark on the hearts of Ghanaians.

During this time of sorrow, Ambassador Salamu Amadu’s heartfelt condolences and words of solace have provided strength to Former President Kufuor and the entire nation.

“One of my Favorite Presidents of the 4th Republic, His Excellency John Agyekum Kufuor, Gentle Jak, accept my deepest condolences. Akoi Allah,” he expressed, echoing the respect and admiration felt for President Kufuor during this difficult period.

Madam Theresa Kufuor’s legacy as a compassionate and dedicated former first lady will forever be cherished in the hearts of the Ghanaian people.

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