Ghana’s parliament has lost one of its serving deputy clerks, Robert Apodolla.
Apodolla passed away on Friday, February, 19, 2021 after a short illness.
The deceased is respected by MPs in Ghana’s legislature as he was well versed with parliamentary rules and procedures.
He’d the experience of working with all past Speakers of Parliament of the 4th Republic of Ghana.
A former lawmaker for Kumbungu in the Northern region, Ras Mubarak in a Facebook post mourning Apodolla said: “Parliament of Ghana has lost one of its unsung icons, a dedicated servant of parliament who knew his work inside out, and discharged his duties diligently.”
The deceased until his demise was a member of the Society of clerks-at-the-table in the Commonwealth parliaments.