IMMIGRATION SERVICE CONSOLES SUPERINTENDENT AMOH’S FAMILY
A delegation from the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS), led by its Head of Sports, Deputy Commissioner of Immigration (DCOI) Samuel Ayer has commiserated with the family of the late Superintendent (Supt.) Evans Kofi Amoh.
The late Supt. Amoh, who until his demise was the Head of the Band Unit of GIS, passed on about a week ago in Accra after a short illness.
DCOI Ayer was accompanied by the Head of Welfare Unit, Chief Superintendent of Immigration (CSI) Anthony Kaakyire Yeboah, Officer-In-Charge of Protocol and Event Unit, Deputy Superintendent of Immigration (DSI) Linda Asare Mantey and some Officers and Men of the GIS.
He expressed his condolence to the family over the sudden death of their colleague and described the late Supt. Amoh as a good man, adding: “everyone who worked with him would testify to that.”
DCOI Ayer noted that the Service has lost a devoted worker who was a master in his field, and said “It is God who knows best why he called him”.
He prayed that the good Lord would continue to protect the family of the deceased in this trying times and encouraged the family to consider his demise as a divine call to a higher and better life.
The Head of Welfare Unit, CSI Anthony Kaakyire Yeboah also sympathized with the family of the late Immigration Officer and said the late Supt Amoh, who was a friend and colleague departed at the time they least expected.
He assured the family of the Service’s support in giving the erstwhile Bandmaster a befitting burial.
A book of condolence was signed on behalf of the Service by the Head of Sports, DCOI Ayer.
By AICO I Pious D. Serwonu