Longest GFA serving member MNS Doe to be buried on November 17

Published on: 04 August 2018

Former chairman of the Central Regional Football Association, MNS Doe will be buried on November 17th after passing on a week ago. 

At the one week celebrations of his passing, it was announced the veteran football administrator will be buried on November 17th.

A host of Ghana FA officials and club administrators thronged the Cape Coast residence of the former Central Regional FA Chairman to commiserate with his widow and family.

Berekum Chelsea director Nana Sarfo Oduro, George Ofosuhene of WAFA, Administrative Manager of Dream FC Ameenu Shardow and Tema Youth President Wilfred Osei were some of the prominent football officials spotted at the event.

They took turns to offer words of consolation to in particular the widow Abena Sarah and the rest of the family members gathered and also to sign the book of condolence.

Some also made donations in unspecified amounts of cash.

Members of the public and the football fraternity will pay their last respect to the longest-serving member of the Executive Committee of the Ghana Football Administrator.