Mr. William Kwesi Aboah, a former Interior Minister who was also a Retired Commissioner of Police and National Security Advisor called to glory
IGP SIGNS BOOK OF CONDOLENCE
The Inspector-General of Police, Mr. David Asante-Apeatu, on Friday signed the book of condolence for Mr. William Kwesi Aboah, a former Interior Minister who was also a Retired Commissioner of Police and one time National Security Advisor who passed away on Sunday 21/05/17. Mr. Aboah, died at the Korle-bu Teaching Hospital after a short of illness.
The IGP expressed his condolence to the family and pledged the Police Administration’s support for the family in the preparation of the final funeral rites and burial of the illustrious son of Ghana who served the Republic in various capacities.
Accompanying the IGP to mourn with the bereaved family were POMAB members. Namely COP/Ms. Rose Bio-Atinga; Director-General/Technical, COP/Mr. Frank Adu-Poku; Director-General/Services, COP/Mr. Moses Ransford Ninson; Director-General/Welfare, COP/Mr. Nathan Kofi Boakye; Director-General/Research and Planning, DCOP/Mr. Maxwell Atingane; Director-General/MTTD, ACP/Mr. Edward Tabiri; Director-General/Legal and Prosecution and C/Supt/Mr. Francis Tsidi, Chief Staff Officer.
Story by The Public Affairs Department .