Sir John sudden demised happened on Wednesday, July 1 after he contracted the coronavirus.
After the news broke out, numerous condolences came pouring out from Ghanaians as they eulogize how a good man and politician sir John was and his all-time favourite saying “fear delegates”
Sir John was one of the people that convinced President @NAkufoAddo to run for the third time. I remember how he told the president that even if he's in a wheel chair, he's going to push him around to campaign. I wonder how Akufo-Addo must be feeling.
— RexOmarrr1 (@RexOmarrr1) July 1, 2020
Si John never completed his statements w/o citing a scenario from the Bible or an experienced heâs had in his village.
Upon all these one thing that can NEVER be forgotten about him is âFEAR DELEGATESâ. It would be said each and every election year. RIP SIR JOHN. ð
— Andy Darks (@abi_darks) July 1, 2020
Wofa Sir John, you didnât tell me you were leaving us when I spoke with you only yesterday. God knows best indeed. I still remember my first encounter with you at KNUST TESCON meeting at Indece Hall in 2006 and how you motivated our spirits for the NPP.
Rest well, Sir John. pic.twitter.com/znyUgAY53K
— Gideon Boako, Ph. D (@gboakogh) July 1, 2020
Former NPP General Secretary Sir John is dead Herh.
What I remember him with is his famous âfear delegatesâ phrase smh
Owuo y3 forken ðª
— Kelewele Joint ð (@Ankamagyimi) July 1, 2020
Sir John, now we donât fear delegates anymore! We fear death! I donât want to believe COVID 19 cause amð
— officialalbertanum (@AlbertAnum10) July 1, 2020
My heartfelt condolences to the family of Lawyer Kwadwo Owusu-Afriyie (Sir John).
— Abena Osei-Asare, MP (@AbenaOseiAsare) July 2, 2020
I just watched his interview with delay full of home sense and right after he die gooshhh. RIP SIR JOHN pic.twitter.com/f573RULzC5
— #Enoch K.O.J.O Ahenkan (@joeybills_) July 1, 2020