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How did Philip Basoah fare? Philip Basoah, a Kumawu MP, has passed away.

The Ghanaian political community mourns the Fourth Republic of Ghana’s previous member of the Seventh Parliament, who tragically passed away. Sadly, Philip Basoah passed away at age 53. It is heartbreaking to discover that the former politician from Ghana has passed away, leaving his loved ones in ruins. He represented Kumawu in the Ashanti Region’s Parliament. His tragic death has stunned the entire country, including many political figures. Learning that a respected and beloved politician is no longer among us is heartbreaking.

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Several family members have verified Philip Basoah’s death, which occurred early on March 27, 2023. At 53, he passed away at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital. Before his room was forcefully opened and discovered unconscious, neither his family nor personal assistant knew where he was. Later, while preparations were being made to fly him abroad for treatment, he passed away after being brought to the hospital by authorities in a coma.

How did Philip Basoah fare?

In Kumawu, Ghana, on November 18, 1969, Philip Atta Basoah was born. He is a native of Kumawu in Ghana’s Ashanti area. He graduated from the University of Cape Coast Ghana in 2000 with a Bachelor of Arts. He completed a Master’s degree at the Paris Graduate School of Management in 2012. In addition, he completed his MLSC in 1986, his GCE O level in 1991, and his GCE A story in 1994.

He oversaw the Ghana Education Service’s Ashanti Region initiative. At the senior high school in Agogo, he was a teacher. His friends and coworkers pay tribute to him and express their sincere sorrow to the family members going through a difficult time since the news of his sudden death was verified online. Hon. Smith’s untimely passing profoundly saddens me, wrote politician Alan John Kyerematen. Philip Basoah, a representative for the Ashanti Region’s Kumawu Constituency. He was a kind man who devoted himself to serving the country and the world. His absence will be felt deeply.

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