GNA staff and Pabieman Mantse to be laid to rest
Accra, Nov. 8, GNA –
The late Solomon Tetteh, a former staff of the Ghana News Agency (GNA) and
Chief of Pabieman, a community in the Ga West Municipality, would be laid to
rest on Saturday, November 9, 2019.
The late Chief with
the stool name, “Nii Pabie I” would be buried after being laid in state at
Mr Tetteh, 55, died
on June 16, 2018 at the Nsawam Government Hospital after a short illness,
leaving behind a widow and four children.
In a tribute by the
GNA, management and staff said they received the news of his demise with deep
pain and sorrow.
It said by dint of
hard work and internal training , after having been employed as a messenger,
the late Tetteh rose through the technical ranks and became a Senior Technical
Assistant at the Agency’s Information Technology Department in January 2008, a
position he held till his demise.
described the late Tetteh as a loving and lively person who found ways of
putting smiles on the faces of people
Department already misses him. He was the only one who could tease others and
be teased too without getting angry. Infact no one ever saw him get angry.”
The Agency has lost
a dedicated fellow, whose memory would forever live on in the hearts of staff
especially his colleagues at the Technical Department.
“Nii Kwashie Pabie
I, Solomon Tetteh, your friends at the Agency wish you a peaceful rest in the
bosom of the Lord till the resurrection day.”
He was born on
December 10, 1962 and installed as the Chief of Pabieman in December 2012.
The late Tetteh,
attended the Obom D/C Primary at Kwashie Kumah and the Hansen Road Methodist
Middle Schools, where he sat and passed the Middle School Leaving Certificate
Examination in 1978.
He continued his
education at the Emit Electronic Institute from 1978 to 1982, where he
completed the four-year course of “Instruction in Radio Servicing Theory” and
was awarded a Diploma in Radio Servicing.
After completion of
studies in Radio Servicing, his late uncle Joseph Kpakpo Acquaye found him a
job at the GNA on January 14, 1988.