Samuel Kojo Darko, he lived a life well deserved which brought about a great benefit to his wife, children and family.
On July, 30, 2022, Samuel Kojo Darko will be laid at the perimeter of the Cocoa House in Apam, Gomoa West District in the Central Region of Ghana.
Order of Service are as follow:
1. Opening Prayer
2. Songs of Praises
4. File Past
5. Welcome Songs
6. Scripture Reading
8. Thanksgiving Prayer
14. Prayer for the Bereaved family
15. Vote of Thanks
AT THE GRAVE SIDE
Lowering of Casket
Vote of Thanks - Family Rep.
About The Late Samuel Kojo Darko
The late Samuel Kojo Darko was born on the 31st of July,1954 at Tarkwa in Ghana. He studied at Kaneshie Secondary Technical School (KATECO) from 1971 to 1976.
As young and creative as he was, he decided to pursue a course of study in Draughtsmanship, so he joined a renowned Architect by name Mr. Raphael Dzokoto in 1977.
At Akoko Foto in Dansoman where he lived, he chanced on a pretty lady by name Adwoa Asabea Asa Awuku and in a few years of courtship they tied the knot. Bodee as many affectionately addressed him was naturally a cheerful gentleman and easily approachable. He was known by many in the area.
During his 28 years working stay, he made uncountable friends by virtue of his infectious smile he put on his face. His popularity spread across the length and breadth of Accra and Takoradi.
Kojo's health seemed to be improving until Tuesday 3rd May, 2022, he relapsed and on the way to the hospital halfway of the process he gave up. Damirifa due Kojo Darko “Asankragua Yaa Kesse”.
Ebusuapanyin Kwame Donkor, Ebusuapanyin Kofi Caiquo, Ebusuabaatan Kweku Kakraba, Abrahen Atta Darku, Abrahen Kojo Sam, Obaahemaa Nana Amamu, Obaahemaa Nana Takyiwaa 1 (Kweikurom), Mbaakyeame Maame Sim, Nana Seguwa, Okyeame Kowo Ketseaba, Obaapanyin Efua Amissah, Obaapanyin Abrahen Ekua Gyemesi, Obaapanyin Ama Nkokobio, Opanyin Kwo Oboansa, Opanyin Kojo Asiedu, Takyina-Abradzie Family of Apam, Opanyin Yaw Boadu, Opanyin Kofi Adu, Pastor Bismark Idan, Leadership and the entire congregation of Church of Pentecost, Apam, announce the death of their brother and father, Mr Samuel Kojo Darko. He was an inspiration to all of us.
AGED: 69 years.
WAKE KEEPING: Friday, 29th July, 2022, at 7:00pm at Cocoa House, Apam.
BURIAL SERVICE: Saturday, 30th July, 2022, at 7:00am at the Church of Pentecost, Apam.
THANKSGIVING SERVICE: Sunday, 31st July, 2022, at 8:00am at the Church of Pentecost, Apam.
WIFE: Adwoa Asabea Asa Awuku
CHILDREN: Pamela Esi Haim Bossom Effie Darko, Abigail Darko.
SIBLINGS: Very Reverend Andrews K. Mensah, Nancy Darku, Joshua Darku; Jonathan Darku, Benjamin Darku, Kojo Atta Whyte and siblings, Kweku Araah and siblings, Kwasi Sarsah and siblings.
IN-LAWS: Mrs. Eva Darku, Mrs. Faustina Darku, Mr. Ampah, Rev Osei Bonsu, John Opei Abbey, Mrs Cynthia Aboagye, Mrs Rodawn Aboagye.
NIECES AND NEPHEWS: Mary Agyemang Aboagye and siblings, Genevieve Nana Ama Antwi and siblings,
Stephen Ebo Darku and siblings, Hilda Ewura Adjoa Dark and siblings, Godfred Essuman and siblings, Leticia Abba and siblings, Baaba Ackaah and siblings,
CHIEF MOURNERS: John Otwe Ackaah, Mr. Fredrick Kwame Amoh, Yaw Boadu, Nancy Darko, Joshua du Darko, Jonathan Darku, Kwasi Sarsah, Morrison Arthur, Obaahemaa Nana Oforiwaa Amanío of Mamfe, Adjoa Asabea
Asa-Awuko of Mamte, Yaa Asa-Awoku of Mamte and Rev, Dzokoto of Presbyterian Church Takoradi.
All friends and sympathizers are cordially invited.