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Ghana’s High Commissioner to Nigeria Passes Away

Remembering a Diplomatic Trailblazer

by Motoni Olodun

Abuja, Nigeria — The diplomatic community is reeling from the sudden loss of one of its own. His Excellency Kwabena Baah-Duodu, Ghana’s High Commissioner to Nigeria, tragically passed away, leaving a void in the Ghana-Nigeria relations. Baah-Duodu, a seasoned diplomat, had been serving in Abuja since 2020, representing Ghana’s interests in the West African region.

Baah-Duodu’s legacy is one of unwavering commitment to strengthening bilateral ties between Ghana and Nigeria. Throughout his tenure, he championed cooperation in trade, security, and cultural exchange. Under his leadership, the High Commission worked tirelessly to promote Ghanaian businesses and facilitate investment opportunities in Nigeria.

Born in Kumasi, Baah-Duodu dedicated his life to public service. His decades-long career within Ghana’s foreign service earned him respect as a consummate professional. His passing reverberates not only in diplomatic circles but also in the hearts of those who knew him.

The impact of Baah-Duodu’s sudden demise is felt across the diplomatic landscape. His absence during crucial negotiations and diplomatic engagements will be keenly felt. As Ghana and Nigeria continue to collaborate on regional issues, his legacy serves as a poignant reminder of the importance of robust diplomatic ties.

Tributes pour in from fellow diplomats, government officials, and ordinary citizens across the continent. The Ghanaian flag at the High Commission in Abuja flies at half-mast, a solemn tribute to a dedicated servant of the nation. While the search for a successor begins, Baah-Duodu’s contributions will forever echo in the annals of diplomatic history.

Source: GhanaWeb

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