NALAG Mourns the Passing of Honorable John Kumah, Deputy Finance Minister for Ghana

The National Association of Local Authorities of Ghana (NALAG) deeply mourns the untimely passing of Honorable John Kumah, Deputy Finance Minister for Ghana and Member of Parliament for Ejisu in the Ashanti Region. His sudden demise is a profound loss not only to the government but also to the entire nation, particularly in the realm of local governance.

Honorable John Kumah was a dedicated public servant whose commitment to enhancing local governance in Ghana was evident throughout his tenure. As Deputy Finance Minister, he played a pivotal role in advocating for policies and initiatives aimed at empowering local authorities and promoting sustainable development at the grassroots level.

He was a staunch advocate for collaboration and partnership between the central government and local authorities. He understood the importance of synergy in addressing the diverse needs of Assembly Members across Ghana and worked tirelessly to foster effective cooperation between all levels of governance.

Beyond his official duties, Honorable Kumah was known for his humility, integrity, and unwavering dedication to serving the people of Ghana. His passion for grassroots development and his genuine concern for the welfare of Assembly Members will be deeply missed.

As we mourn the passing of Honorable John Kumah, NALAG extends its heartfelt condolences to his family, friends, colleagues, and the entire nation.

In honor of his memory, NALAG calls upon all stakeholders to redouble their efforts in advancing the cause of local governance and ensuring that Honorable John Kumah’s vision for a more empowered and resilient local government sector is realized.




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