Ghana’s former Aviation Minister, Kofi Adda passes on

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A former Minister of Aviation, Kofi Adda has died, VoyagesAfriq has gathered.

He is reported to have died in the early hours of Thursday morning after a brief ailment.

The former lawmaker had been appointed Ghana’s Aviation Minister in 2018 and had led effort towards the relaunch of a national carrier for the West African country. He had served as Minister of Manpower Development and Employment (2005-2006) and Energy Minister(2006-2008).

Prior to heading the Aviation Ministry, Adda was the Minister of Sanitation and Water Resources (2017-2018).

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