Residents of Moree in the Central Region, the hometown of Ghana’s late former vice president, Paa Kwesi Amissah-Arthur, has requested that a monument is built in honour of him there.

According to the residents, the monument would serve as a reminder of Mr Amissah-Arthur’s developmental works in the region when he served as vice president.

The people of Moree, sharing memories of the late Former Veep, described him as a gentleman and statesman with a remarkable sense of love and kindness to all.

The filing-past of the body of the late Vice President Kwesi Amissah-Arthur is underway at the Accra International Conference Centre (AICC).

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The public viewing of the body of the former governor of the Central bank will continue till tomorrow July 27, 2018, as part of the state funeral.

A burial service will be held at the AICC after which a cortege will march the remains through some principal streets of Accra before the burial.

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The internment is strictly by invite.