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Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia visited the late Member of Parliament(MP) for Kumawu Constituency in the Ashanti Region Mr. Philip Basoah at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital before his demise.

The Former MP Philip Basoah died at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital on the dawn of Tuesday, March 28. 2023 after he was admitted at the facility for treatment. The late Philip Basoah was 54 years of age and it is unclear what actually the cause of his death was.

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The Vice President Dr Bawumia according to sources, visited the late MP at the facility on Saturday morning before sad demise of the late MP.

Philip Basoah came to Parliament in 2017 after he won convincingly in the 2016 elections.

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Prior to becoming a Member of Parliament, he was a Chief Executive for the Sekyere East District from June 2005 to January 2009 and was also a tutor at the Agogo State College.

Dr. Bawumia who is saddened by his death wrote “I express my deepest condolences to the immediate family and Kumawu constituents on the sudden passing of Hon. Philip Atta Basoah. I visited him this past Saturday and little did I know that it was the last time I would see him alive. This is so painful.  My prayers are with his family. May Philip’s gentle soul rest in peace”

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Below are some pictures of Bawumia’s visit

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