Many Ghanaians have been shocked by the abrupt death of Philip Basoah, the NPP’s Kumawu Constituency MP.
MP for Kumawu Constituency reported dead: Although the cause of his death is yet unknown, numerous media sites have covered the story extensively. Many people are curious as to what may have led Basoah, who was just 54 years old, to die at such a young age.
The 2016 elections, in which Basoah won the Kumawu Seat, marked his entrance into politics. He was successful in keeping his seat in the 2020 elections, and his supporters had great expectations of him being able to fulfill his promises.
Basoah held the position of Sekyere East District Chief Executive from June 2005 to January 2009 before getting into politics. Also, he had served as an instructor at Agogo State College. He acquired a better grasp of his constituents’ needs and difficulties as a result of these experiences.
His passing leaves the Kumawu Constituency and the country as a whole grieving, in addition to his family. Basoah helped his constituency grow, and his loss will likely create a void that will be challenging to fill.
As Ghanaians mourn the passing of another politician, It is important to think about how fleeting life is and how everyone should put their health first. The passing of Basoah serves as a reminder that because life is unpredictable, everyone should make an effort to lead healthy lives, take good care of themselves, and be ready for anything.
In conclusion, we express our grief over Philip Basoah’s demise and send our condolences to his family and friends during this trying time.
He will be greatly missed by everyone who knew him and his contributions to the growth of his constituency will not be forgotten. We pray for peace for his soul.