SINCE the death of The Ghanaian Times Presidential Correspondent, Samuel Nuamah in a gory road accident at the Shai Hills on August 20, condolences continue to pour in, including one from President John Mahama.
The accident occurred when the rented GMC bus, on which the Presidential Press Corps were travelling, burst a tyre, skidded off the road, and landed into a swamp.
President Mahama, who was in Mauritius on a three-day visit, sent a twitter, “No words can lessen the heartache death of Samuel Nuamah.
Meanwhile, government officials, friends, and other sympathizers continue to commiserate with the bereaved family, as well as the New Times Corporation on the loss of Nuamah.
Among personalities who have signed the book of condolence opened in his memory are the Chief of Staff, Julius Debrah, Ghana’s Ambassador to the Republic of Korea, Mrs. Elizabeth Nicol; Mr. Libero Tusoe, Chief Director, office of the President, Ambassador Leslie Kojo Christian, Chief Director, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Volta Regional Minister, Ms Hellen Ntoso, Mr. Nutor Bibini Nutor, Dean of the Presidential Press Corps, and Togbe Fifi Amenya V, Paramount Chief of Aflao Traditional Area.
The others are Ms Ajoa Yeboah Afari, former Editor of the Ghanaian Times, Mr. Colin Essamuah, Board Member, NTC; Togbe Gobah Tengey, Seddoh; Mr. Affail Monney, GJA President; Ambassador Kabral Blay Amihere, Chairman of the National Media Commission, Dr. Albert Brown Gaisie, Chief Fire Officer of the Ghana National Fire Service led a high powered delegation to commiserate with the management and staff of the Corporation.
A delegation from Graphic Communications Group Limited led by Mr. Yaw Boadu Ayeboafoh, Director of Newspapers, also came to express their sympathy.
Madam Elaine Sam, President of the Institute of Public Relations led some executives of the Institute to offer their condolence.
The Managing Director of New Times Corporation, Ms Carol Annang, received the dignitaries who came to commiserate with the corporation over the loss of Nuamah.
She described the late Nuamah as a gift to the NTC, saying, his death was a big blow to the corporation, adding that nobody could question the will of God.
Nuamah who was born in July 29, 1978, was survived by his parents, his wife Lilian and their two and half-year-old son.
By Francis Xah