Kwaku Ofori-Yirenkyi

My mamamamamamamama, I miss you soooo much my love. I wish I could talk to you right now. Love you forever. Your beloved son.

02/08/2020 02:22 AM
Dr. Mrs. Joan Akusika Awunyo-Akaba

Dearest Auntie Doris, You were so warm and opened when we first met. You never changed throughout our periods of interactions. You were open, so easy to talk with, and so supportive. Yo

u gladly agreed to serve on our organizational initiative (ISFUND) Board, and excellently assisted FUGI to launch ISFUND Nationally. You were never deterred with the ISFUND hiccups for you believed in it just as I do. This is because of how much you cared for humanity. You just loved and cared for people. Dearest Auntie Doris, you will be missed more than you could have imagined. We loved and treasured our knowing you. It’s a pity you never said good bye but it’s good to know you are not gone, as you are now rejoicing with our Blessed Lord Christ Jesus. Rest in His Peace until we meet again.

01/08/2020 09:00 PM
Amakey Afaglo

My darling Yayo. You also raised Me and my siblings, gave us all the love and care. You gave us all we asked for. Thanks for everything my Yayo. I’m so sad I couldn’t see you before

but God knows best. I’m happy about our last day together and your last words to me. You’ll always be on my mind. I love you forever my love. I’ll make you proud. Rest well❤️

01/08/2020 08:41 PM
Perez Agyei

may her soul rest in peace

01/08/2020 07:12 PM
Jeannette Afi Awumey

Farewell my Dear Teacher My Dear Teacher, Truly, it is only Mountains that do not meet. I really do not know where to start from. It was in September 1976 academic year when we me

t for the first time at St Martin’s Secondary School, Adoagyri, Nsawam. You were posted right after you completed Cape Coast University. You were such young and energetic lady in your early twenties with youthful exuberance. I was rather too old for my class which made me a talking point among the teachers. You took it upon yourself to mentor me. In your classes which were Bible Knowledge ‘BK’ and English language; you made it your duty to make sure I understood well: as French is my first language, my pronouciations were heavy and you readily worked on them. When I had to jump from Form Three to Form Five, you made it your business to see me through. With your help I chose BK and English which you saw to it I missed no chance. Whenever we met, your slogan was “Grade One or nothing”. Thanks be to God I made the Grade One for you. After secondary school I moved on to Accra and you also moved on. But as the saying goes “it is only mountains that do not meet.” One day,

01/08/2020 12:12 PM
Gabriel Koroma

And idealist she was, beauty runs in every smile she give. Getting to know her was a blessing for me and at every spoken moment all you can get from our beautiful Grandma is full of life.

My deepest sympathy to the entire family and may the Almighty God see them through this moment, but mostly let the Lord guid our wonderful Grandma right into His kingdom.😔😔😔🌹🌹🌹

01/08/2020 09:55 AM
Tina Aforo-Yeboah (Mrs)

Auntie Doris, my chief Columnist, there was no good bye. Alas, The Watchwoman did not keep watch for long and has left the gates opened.So, suddenly, tears have flooded the home. Auntie

Doris, you were an epitome of intellect,humilty,wisdom and beauty.Yes,she was an awesome woman who shared what God gave to her: advice, time, and even money. What a loss! You will be sorely missed. However, we are consoled that when God saw your pain, He wrapped His arms around you and offered rest in His bosom. Auntie Doris,rest in perfect peace until we meet in that fair land where we will never say good bye. Good night.

31/07/2020 10:10 PM
Tina Aforo-Yeboah (Mrs)

Auntie Doris, my chief Columnist, there was no good bye. Alas, The Watchwoman did not keep watch for long and has left the gates opened.So, suddenly, tears have flooded the home. Auntie

Doris, you were an epitome of intellect,humilty,wisdom and beauty.Yes,she was an awesome woman who shared what God gave to her: advice, time, and even money. What a loss! You will be sorely missed. However, we are consoled that when God saw your pain, He wrapped His arms around you and offered rest in His bosom. Auntie Doris,rest in perfect peace until we meet in that fair land where we will never say good bye. Good night.

31/07/2020 10:10 PM
Naana K

A beautiful soul gone... God keep you well and your family strong Sleep well Doc...without pain but peacefully Dr. Doris Dartey duei..duei..🙏🙏

31/07/2020 02:22 PM
Abena Djan

Mama, you will forever remain in our heart. You were the pillar and a unique person God gave to the Israel family of Obosomase Akuapem in the Eastern region of Ghana. You single handedly

renovated the Israel family house to honour your beloved grand father Nana Kwadwo Israel and the entire family members. You were my role model, a great aunty and a loving mother to me. You personally stood for me in the most difficult moments of my life. You gave me lot of encouragements and hope in life. You use to say "Abena, stay positive, that's what life is all about. We are confronted with many challenges at many times and we face them squarely". Mama, even on your sick bed, you were so concern about my welfare. You touch my heart so much when you said " I'm also not well but I'm older so will try and carry the burden of the two of us". Thanks so much for the countless sacrifices you made for me and your cousin Aunty Afua (my mother). Mama, may the good Lord keep your soul till we meet again. Rest in peace Mama. Abena Djan

30/07/2020 09:30 PM
Kenneth Ashigbey

I served with Doris on the Board of Graphic Communications Group Ltd. She was passionate about Ghana & Africa. We shared Kwame Nkrumah as a mentor. Doris rest in perfect peace in the Lord

30/07/2020 11:46 AM
Yaw Brantuo

Aunty Doris, we met professionally and became good personal friends. My wife and I have fond memories of you and our limited times together. I remember the visit at one of the side wards o

f the Surgical Block at Korle Bu Teaching Hospital a few years ago, and the mutually encouraging time we shared together. We prayed and had tears in our eyes. But we had hope for the future. Sadly, your health challenges became more and more difficult in recent times. Like the Psalmist, I asked “Why, O LORD, do you stand far away? Why do you hide yourself in times of trouble?” (Psalm10:1) and “Why do you forget our affliction and oppression?” (Psalm 44:24b). My heart is still crying for answers. Aunty Doris, rest well in the bosom of our God.

30/07/2020 07:14 AM
Theresa Osei Tutu

Whenever I see the picture of me walking my daughter Akosua down the aisle, I will remember you. Whenever I hear my grandson call me by the special name you wanted him to call me by, I will

remember you. Whenever I use the Fufulso-Sawla road, I will remember you. You were my encourager; my conscience and my antenna. Hi girrrrrrrl!! Thanks for being my friend.

30/07/2020 02:11 AM
Alison Ely - Director Baobab Children Foundation

I first encountered Doris Dartey some years ago when I responded to a newspaper article she had written. My comments were somewhat critical but instead of being offended, Doris offered me

the opportunity to write my own article which she published. This was not the response I was expecting. At the time I wasn't aware that Doris was a leading light in the field of media and journalism, having recently moved to live in Ghana. When I found out more about her I was even more amazed that someone of her stature and profile hadn't dismissed me and my comments. However Doris was the epitome of the professional, always warm hearted, open minded and willing to share her knowledge whilst also learning from others. Since that time, we corresponded via email and she was always supportive of my efforts to write and my role as a director of an NGO. When I finally met her for the first time last year, she treated me as an old friend and was so welcoming and positive despite her illness. It was with deepest sorrow that I learnt she has suddenly passed away. The world has lost a great and inspiring woman. May she rest in peace. She will be sorely missed by all. Alison Ely Director

29/07/2020 09:11 PM
Eunice Brako Marfo

It is with deep sorrow, that I send condolences to Dr. Dartey. She was a very humble and intelligent woman. May her soul rest with the Lord. Amen.

29/07/2020 04:03 PM
Tweneboah Kodua Boakye

You were an Asset to the country. You impacted lives Dr. Sleep well till we meet again.

29/07/2020 02:59 PM
Jojo Holdbrook

May The Good Lord keep your soul in His bosom, Amen

29/07/2020 12:10 PM
Michael Boadi

Oh Auntie Doris. Damirifa Due, Due ne Amanehunu - I have lost some good friends I looked up to in my professional life but losing you hurt so much. Your way of smiling when I am not making s

ense to an issue will always live with me till we meet you again. Auntie this bye! bye! is not good bye at all.

29/07/2020 11:54 AM
Mary A. Addah

You will forever remain in my heart ❤. Your love, care compassion and resolve to champion and protect the vulnerable was examplarry and appreciated. You made significant impact and left

memorable footprints in your sojourn on earrh. You will sourly be missed Dr Dartey.

29/07/2020 11:36 AM
Pastor Larbi Hayford

Its so sad to see you depart so soon, i became a son to you about 5yrs ago... You really loved, always watching out for me. I will forever be grateful and be a blessing to people as you we

re to me. Thank you for your open arms as you embraced me with all your heart. Due ne amanehunu. I love you.

28/07/2020 07:12 PM

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