Message from Adansepipim Ofori-Atta1 May 2020 at 00:51 00:51:53
Death is a transition to hereafter. As we celebrate your departure , we also mourn your absence for all the memories we have you.
May you rest in perfect peace.
Message from Jewel Effie Taylor1 May 2020 at 09:51 09:51:48
My condolences to you Milicent and the entire family. She has served God and Country! May God grant her eternal rest IJMN.
Jewel Effie Taylor
Message from Elvis Kwaku Amponsah3 May 2020 at 07:41 07:41:56
I know you’re bereaved but the Lord’s will is beyond our understanding.
Please accept my deepest condolences, Grandma Milicent and the whole family.
Elvis Kwaku Amponsah
Message from Akua (Asamoa) Asiedu M.D.5 May 2020 at 00:44 00:44:06
Aunty Ewurafua, Aunty Gloria, may your beautiful soul rest peacefully in the bosom of the Lord your maker. I will miss you and your early dawn calls from Accra. Nantew yiye beloved Aunt. Nyame nfa wo nsie dwodwo.
Till we meet again.
Akua (Asamoa) Asiedu M.D.
Message from Ewuresi (Alberta Amonoo)5 May 2020 at 10:01 10:01:20
Sister Gloria it is with a heavy heart that I bid you farewell. Rest in perfect peace in the name of Jesus.
Sincere regards to my dear Kwasi and Susie if you do meet.
Dear Millicent accept my condolences. Sorry I couldn't be by your side due to ill health. May the good Lord comfort you and the entire family. All my love.
Ewuresi (Alberta Amonoo)
Message from Adusei Pianim6 May 2020 at 12:47 12:47:34
To ; Auntie Millicent.
Applaud her as she flies away.
Salute her for the good deeds.
Smile because she lived.
Keep the memories.
We are with you in our prayers. Adusei Pianim & Vic. London.
Message from Afua Owusua6 May 2020 at 13:26 13:26:44
My deepest condolences to Millicent and the entire family.Sister Gloria RIP.May the morning dew fall gentle on you.
Message from Mammah Tenii7 May 2020 at 07:10 07:10:01
Dr, I thank God for your life and for letting our paths cross. You were benevolent and extended your benevolence to me. You bought books to support my education from abroad. You treated my father Papa Tenii (late), as your father. On several occassions you sent him drugs from abroad to enable him manage his asthma. Because the drugs you used to send him was so much for one patient, he also gave some to other people who suffered from asthma but could not afford to buy their own drugs. Even after the death of Papa Tenii in August 1999, you always visited his grave with flowers whenever you came to Kibi. You always visited to comfort his wife as well. We the children will forever have fond memories of you. May the good Lord grant you eternal rest, Amen.
Message from Henry Obuabang10 May 2020 at 06:47 06:47:34