The Ghana High Commission in Namibia opened a Book of Condolence in memory of the Kwame Nkrumah Circle fire disaster in response to the government’s declaration of three days of national mourning.
Over 150 Ghanaians have lost their lives following the twin flood and fire disaster which hit the country las week Wednesday.
Ghana and the world at large were touched by the incident. Many African and world leaders have been sending messages of condolence to Ghana.
Ghana’s High Commission in Namiba has opened a book of condolence in memory of the victims.
Members of the Diplomatic Corps in Windhoek have called to express their condolences and also sign the Book of Condolence.
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