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A requiem mass was held on Saturday at the Queen of Peace Catholic Church, Madina, for the Late Mrs Helen Gomashie, the mother of the Deputy Minister for Tourism and Culture, MsAbla Dzifa Gomashie.cemetry

She died at the 37th Military Hospital on June 9 and was 84.
The Parish Priest, Rev Fr Charles Owusu Ansah, appealed to Christians to reconcile with one another and be at peace with everyone.
Mrs. Gomashie was born on June 6, 1930 at Aflao in the Volta Region and attended Hohoe Girls? Primary School and Denu Middle School.

She taught as a pupil teacher at the Avoeme Primary School and later enrolled at the Korle bu Teaching Hospital as a nurse.

 

 

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