General News of Sunday, 11 March 2018
New Patriotic Party (NPP) National Youth Organizer aspirants Dominic Eduah and Henry Nana Boakye Nana B yesterday sought to ‘out-compete’ each other in their respective roles of helping give a befitting burial to a constituency youth organizer of the NPP who passed on in the middle of January this year at the Koforidua Central Hospital.
MyNewsGh.com observed the two feature prominently in the carrying of the coffin for burial, as their respective photographers captured the moment for social media campaign and possibly, sympathy.
“I remain utterly shocked at the sad demise of my brother, friend and colleague – Gibson Kwesi Agyarko ( Upper west Akim Constituency Youth Organizer). He was undoubtedly an asset to the Constituency, the Eastern Region Youth Wing and the National Youth Wing as well,” Dominic Eduah, a leading aspirant wrote on his Facebook wall, accompanied by the pictures ‘to show’.
“In the company of my boss Sammi Awuku, we joined his colleague NPP Youth Organizers across the country to sympatnhize with the bereaved family especially his wife My thoughts and prayers are with them at this very difficult moment. Gibson was a good man. Rest in Peace bro,” Mr Eduah added.
Mr Henry Nana Boakye Nana B on his part wrote, also on Facebook with pictures to boot: “Rest In Peace GIBSON OWARE AGYARKO (ADWUMAWURA)”.
The current National Youth Organizer of the ruling party (an aspirant himself, albeit unopposed), was not left out of the “challenge”, as he led the ruling party youth to help the family and friends of the late patriot lay their beloved son to rest.
The NPP youth wing made a handsome donation to the wife and family of the late patriot.
Conspicuously missing in action, was Kamaldeen, current Nasara Coordinator and also an aspirant for the National Youth Organizer position.