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Kpandai; NPP Chairman calls for befitting funeral for late former MP, denies allegations of disrespect

In his statements, the constituency Chairman questioned the apparent neglect of responsibility by the current MP for the funeral activities, as well as the sudden change of the funeral grounds from the late MP's birth town of Najero to the district capital of Kpandai.

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Amidst the controversies surrounding the funeral arrangements for the late former Member Parliament for Kpandai, Kwadwo Tawiah Likpalimor, the constituency chairman of the NPP, Kennedy Jato has taken to social media to raise important questions aimed at ensuring a dignified and fitting final farewell for the late MP.

In his statements, the constituency Chairman questioned the apparent neglect of responsibility by the current MP for the funeral activities, as well as the sudden change of the funeral grounds from the late MP’s birth town of Najero to the district capital of Kpandai.

He emphasized the need to honour the late MP with the dignity and respect he deserves.

Mr Jato’s plea to the NDC is a call to uphold the sanctity of the solemn occasion and to refrain from engaging in political manoeuvring.

He urged all involved to focus on giving the late MP a final farewell befitting his legacy, expressing disappointment at the politicization of the event.

The chairman argued that holding the funeral activities in Najero, the late MP’s birthplace and where he lived in his final days, would have allowed for the display of important traditions and made the family and elders feel more involved.

He criticized the NDC for seemingly hijacking the process and choosing to hold the funeral in Kpandai for political reasons while relegating Najero to a mere burial site.

Chairman Kennedy also highlighted the refusal of the current MP to serve as the chairman of the funeral planning committee, adding that it is evident that the NDC is using the late MP’s funeral to promote their flag bearer in Kpandai, which he deemed unfortunate.

He concluded by emphasizing the importance of honouring the cherished memory of the late Kpandai MP and urged all involved to embrace the fragility of life and the solemnity of death while preserving tradition and respecting culture for the benefit of society.

Credit: Fatawu Bayaga, Ashanti Regional Content Manager

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