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The Vice President, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia has eulogised prominent lawyer, Akoto Ampaw who passed away on Friday, October 20.
In a tribute to the late Akoto Ampaw, Dr Bawumia said his commitment and loyalty were outstanding and ought to be commended.
He expressed his empathy to Mr Ampaw’s family for their painful loss, praying for God’s protection for them during this difficult period.
“I am greatly saddened to hear about the passing of my friend, lawyer Anthony Akoto-Ampaw (SheyShey). Sheyshey’s loyalty, commitment, frankness, and humility were outstanding.”
“I offer my empathy to the Akoto-Ampaw family for this painful loss and pray for God’s protection for them during this difficult period. May the soul of my departed friend find a peaceful rest.”
Popularly known as ‘SheyShey’ right from his student days at the University of Ghana, Ampaw was part of the New Patriotic Party’s legal team in the Electoral Petition of 2013.
His remarkable legal career was further underscored by his involvement in the New Patriotic Party’s legal team during the Electoral Petition of 2020.
Beyond his extensive legal expertise, Mr. Ampaw was a valued partner at Akufo-Addo, Prempeh & Co., the esteemed law firm associated with President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.
Ampaw was tipped to be named Special Prosecutor following the passage of the Office of Special Prosecutor Bill.
He is a graduate of the University of Ghana, LL.B., 1973 and the Ghana School of Law, B.L., 1993.
He dealt in Commercial Law, Company Law, Industrial Law, and Litigation among others.

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