Press corps accident Samuel Nuamah to be buried September 17

Samuel Nuamah, will be buried on September 17, 2015 at the Osu Cemetary

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The Ghanaian Times reporter who died in the fatal presidential press corps accident, Samuel Nuamah, will be buried on September 17, 2015, according to his family.

The funeral service for the late journalist would be held at the forecourt of the State House, Accra, before his remains would be laid to rest at the Osu Cemetary.

President John Mahama and some government officials graced an event to mark the one week of the passing of the journalist at the Press Centre Saturday.

play Mother and Father of the late Samuel Nuamah

play President John Mahama with Communications Minister, Omane Boamah and Chairman of the NMC, Karbral Blay Amihere

play President Mahama signs book of condolence for Samuel Nuamah

 

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