Adjowa Mansa Agonyo Adodo

Dr Doris Yaa Dartey was not a personal friend but I followed her keenly since she was one of the hard-working women I admire as a journalist and a PR professional. I never miss reading her

articles, since it was my own way of polishing my writing skills. I looked forward to interacting with her when I saw her name on the Institute of Public Relations, Ghana timetable for the 2020 accreditation courses, however, I was very disappointed when she was represented by another well known very astute resource person. The news of her sudden demise greeted me with a surprise on the morning of Monday, July 20th, as most people do, I called a few friends and the unfortunate news was confirmed. As sad as it may be, I write this tribute in your honour knowing you lived and imparted lives in so many ways. Rest well Dr Dartey, history would always remember your articles.

28/07/2020 03:44 PM
Yaw Gyamfi

Life oh life. It is hard to accept that you are gone to be with our forefathers. Your contribution to our development would be counted always. You will remain in our hearts forever. Rest w

ell Dr. Dartey

28/07/2020 11:21 AM
Tee Ford-Ahmed

Peace be unto your soul. With lobe my sistuh.

27/07/2020 09:40 PM
Vivian Ashley

Our beloved sister and friend Doris your passing came as a big surprise, however I know you are home with the Lord. May the Lord watch over your family and give them strenght, comfort and

peace. May your gentle soul continue to rest in perfect peace 🙏🙏

27/07/2020 08:53 PM
Ivy Drafor-Amenyah

May the comfort of the Lord be with the entire family. We shall miss your smile, dedication and calm but firm presentations. We at the Evangel Church Family are grieving your departure. We

shall always love you.

27/07/2020 12:44 PM
Maame Twumwaa Baffour

It’s admirable to know a woman can be educated in the depth you were and still be humble. I know you are in a better place, although I wish I could have tapped more into your wisdom. You

ve left us here on earth yet blessing us with fruits you’ve imbibed ‘You’ into so we can learn from. It is a privilege to be connected to such grace. Rest well, we can only smile when thoughts of you come to mind❤️ Great love and my sincere condolences to the family🙏🏾

27/07/2020 09:18 AM
Sebastian Caleb

Our tears can not dry and it will be hard to say goodbye. Your soft educated voice will always be a constant reminder of how fragile life can be; and your smile will always encourage us that

everything will be alright. We LOVE you dearly and cherish your time with us. Rest well Mama

27/07/2020 08:44 AM
Uncle BB

A good heart has stopped beating, a good soul ascended to heaven. We part with our beloved Mum in pain. I am honored and blessed to have known you Mum.

27/07/2020 05:20 AM
Nadra Tyus

Rest in Peace, Dr. Dartey. May your matriarchal legacy and warm memories bring comfort to your family! Many blessings and enduring love!

27/07/2020 03:46 AM
Dartey Lovelace

We received the news of your passing with great shock I never get to say a word Alas! It hurts, may your soul rest in perfect peace till we meet again sis.

27/07/2020 12:23 AM
Linda Asante-Agyei

Gone from our sight, but never from our hearts. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, my neighbour as we used to call each other. You were such a strong character and exciting to work wit

h. For the five years that I worked with you, it was a great privilege and will forever be grateful because I learnt a lot from you. Your phrase "If it has to be done, it must be done well" will always echo in my ears. Neighbour, you fought a good fight and the Lord knows best. I pray that you find a resting in the Lord. You will forever be missed but your good works, generosity, kind heart will always be with us. Sleep well , mum.

26/07/2020 11:30 PM
Georgina N.M Quaittoo

I received the news of your passing on to glory with great shock. Although I knew you were battling with cancer, I least expected you would leave us suddenly. I am really saddened because

my planned visit couldn’t materialize. Your death is a great loss to those of us in the inky fraternity, especially to The Spectator and the nation as a whole. You freely expressed your views on national issues, sanitation, environment and health among others in your articles published in the Spectator under the column, The Watchwoman. You were such a lovely dear mum, easy-going, friendly and always cheerful. You will be missed dearly. May the Almighty God keep you safe. Rest in perfect peace Mum.

26/07/2020 10:10 PM

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