Lawyer Obo Kofi Imbeah (O.K.)

Lawyer Obo Kofi Imbeah (O.K.)
Source: Ghana News | Obituary
Date: 14-03-2019 Time: 09:03:07:am
Lawyer Obo Kofi Imbeah (O.K.)


Ebusuapanyin Kwabena Otoo (Abura  Gyabankrom), Ebusuapnyin Kodwo Enoch (Kwamankese), Ebusuapanyin Kodwo Amaokoh Abeka, Ebusuapanyin  Kodwo Nyarku Ackah (Accra), Abusuabatan S.P. Elegba (Accra), Nana Kweku Akeyrefi  Solomon (Accra), Opanyin Kweku Arhin (Abura), District Evangelist Ankomah (Abura), Kodwo Amanyin (Kwamankese),  Commander Turkson Ret’d.,  Kwame Nkrumah (Accra), Okyeame  Kweku Kwansah, Kodwo Amoadu  (Kwamankese), Efua  Kweienua (Gyabankrom), Esi Benewa (Koforidua), Efua  Kraba (Takoradi), Im beah Family, Otchere Family, Halm  Family, The Presiding Bishop, Methodist Church Ghana, The Superintendent Minister, Ministers and Members of the Mt. Olivet Methodist Society, Dansoman, Akyem Law  Chambers, Old Achimotans Association 1962 year group regretfully announce the passing onto glory of their beloved:

Lawyer Obo Kofi Imbeah (O.K.)

(Which sad event occurred on 19th December, 2018 at the Ga South Municipal Hospital, Accra)

Age: 74 years


Funeral Arrangements Are As Follows


There will be no wake-keeping


Burial service: Saturday 30th March, 2019 at the Mt. Olivet Methodist Church, Dansoman at 7:00am.


Interment: Paradise Private Cemetery, Winneba.


Funeral Rites: Follows Interment at the Christian Home School, Dansoman.


Thanksgiving Service: Sunday 31th March, 2019 at the Mt. Olivet Methodist Church, Dansoman, at 9:30am


Widow: Mrs. Rosebay Efua Imbeah


Children: Kwesi Obo Imbeah, Obo Kofi Imbeah, Kwesi Akwa Imbeah and William Kweku Ansah Imbeah


Adopted children: Nana Ama Ashiadey and Mandy Opoku Akomea


Attire: Black on Saturday 30th March, 2019

Black & White on Sunday 31st March, 2019


All Friends & Well Wishes Are Cordially Invited!

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