The Bono, Bono East and Ahafo Regional Chapters of the Ghana Journalists Association have jointly opened a Book of Condolence in honor of Richard Kwaku Agyei in Sunyani.
The late Richard Kwaku Agyei, a journalist, passed on recently and as a tribute, a book was opened for journalists and the public to pay tribute in his memory.
GJA Chairman, Larry Paa Qwesi Moses signed the Book of Condolence on behalf of the Chapter.
”We wish to express our utmost sadness and pain in the untimely passing of our colleague, brother and friend, Richard Kwaku Agyei. “We, however, take consolation in the fact that Kwaku was a player on the theatre stage and after playing his part, admirably will be heard of no more, but his memory will linger on”, he said.
Mr. Moses had a word of consolation for the Late Journalists’ family and friends.
“We console the Management and Staff of Service Radio, as well as the family of our fallen comrade and give the fullest assurance that the Executives and Members of the Ghana Journalists Association in the three regions (Bono Bono East and Ahafo) will fully participate in all ceremonies to give Richard Kwaku Adjei a befitting farewell to the other world”, he said.
A one-week observation would be held in Kumasi on Saturday, November 6, 2021 in memory of the fallen Journalist.
Richard Kwaku Agyei was about two month short of his 34th Birthday.