High Commissions and Embassies in Ghana have been paying tributes as they mourn the death of Ghana’s Former President, Jerry John Rawlings.
Iain Walker (the British High Commissioner to Ghana), Stephanie S. Sullivan (the U.S. Ambassador to Ghana), Christoph Retzlaff (the German Ambassador to Ghana) and Gregory Andrews (the Australian British High Commissioner to Ghana), have paid tributes after hearing the news of Mr Rawlings’ passing.
Iain Walker condoled with the family and loved ones of the Former President, while asking for his peaceful rest.
Stephanie S. Sullivan, who was also saddened by the news of his passing, extended her condolences to Mr Rawlings’ family and Ghanaians as they mourn him.
Christoph Retzlaff, the German Ambassador to Ghana, also condoled with the family of Mr Rawlings.
Gregory Andrews also sympathised with Ghanaians and the family of the Former President on behalf of the Australian High Commission.
Mr Andrews also announced that the flags in at the Australian High Commission have been lowered in line with the directive of President Akufo-Addo, as the nation commenced seven days of national mourning of the first President of the fourth republic of Ghana.
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