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"I am ready to serve Holy Family Akankuo in Archdiocese of the Catholic Church" -Tiwaa Addo-Danquah

Updated: Aug 21, 2023

Newly Sworn-in, 'Ekuo Na', COP Maame Yaa Tiwaa Addo-Danquah says she is ready to serve the Holy Family Akankuo in Archdiocese of the Catholic Church.


She made these remarks while speaking at a Swearing-In ceremony and 54th birthday celebration held to honour her in Accra.


"I spoke to my Osofo and he advised me to accept it in good faith. A charge to keep I have and am ready to serve the Holy Family Akankuo in Archdiocese of the Catholic Church"


"We are not trying to be tribalism but it is very important for the Akankuo to come together as one family"


COP Maame Yaa Tiwaa Addo-Danquah also used the occasion to celebrate her 54th birthday.


"I am not above correction so please the fact that I am 'Ekuo Na' does not mean I will not go wrong. I will entreat all to correct or bring to my notice when I veer off"


"I am so grateful to God and Holy Family Akankuo for this honour done me"


Dring the ceremony, it came to light that the newly sworn in EKUO NA has followshiped and serve the church for more than ten years


The newly sworn-in 'Ekuo Na' who doubles as Executive Director of Economic and Organized Crime Office (EOCO) together with some friends who are August burns donated GHc5000 to the Holy Family Akankuo.


Husband of the newly sworn-in 'Ekuo Na', Mr. Kwame Danquah congratulated his wife and also donated GHc10,000 on behalf of the family to support the Holy Family Akankuo.


The colour event brought under one umbrella retired police officers, government officials, chiefs, church members and lots of well-wishers.


Story by: Joshua Kwabena Smith

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