Mfantseman lawmaker to be buried Nov. 28
The family of Ekow Quansah Hayford has announced that the Mfantseman legislator who was murdered by armed robbers last week will be buried on November 28, 2020.
The family observed one week of his passing yesterday at Mankessim in the Central region.
His wife was chosen as his replacement in the upcoming elections
Ophelia Hayford who is a Police officer has reportedly resigned from the service to take up the political challenge.
Sources say the party has sent a letter to the Electoral Commission to invoke section 13(4) of CI 127 to allow a 10-day extension of the nomination period within which period the party will file her name.
Ekow Quansah Hayford was shot by armed robbers when he was returning from a campaign at Nkusukum on the Mankessim-Abeadze Duadze road on Friday 9th October, 2020 around 1:00 am.
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