NCP OPENS BOOK OF CONDOLENCE FOR LATE EXECUTIVE SECRETARY

The National Commission for Privatization (NCP) has officially opened a Book of Condolence for the Late Madam Josephine M. Ansumana, former Executive Secretary.

While delivering a short sermon at the event, Rev Raymond Ayodele Bola Williams admonished mourners not to lose hope amidst this trying time. He encouraged all to be steadfast and hold firmly on to God.

“God has given us an assurance in His word that when we pass through the fire we will not be burnt, when we pass through the waters it will not sweep our feet,” the preacher man said.

While giving his eulogy, the Chairman and Commissioner of the National Commission for Privatisation, Dr. Prince Alex Harding admonished staff and sympathizers to draw some positives from the death of the Executive Secretary.

“Every death gives a lesson, as such I am calling on you all to learn the lesson this death has taught,” he noted.

He extended heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family, and admonished staff to maintain unity and love and always work diligently for the furtherance of the Commission and the New Direction Administration.

Representatives from offices at Lotto House gave short eulogies on behalf of their various institutions.

The programme was climaxed by signing of a book of condolence for the late Executive Secretary.

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