This is to inform you that a former Ghanaian MP passed away on Monday, March 27, 2023. The deceased was the former MP from the Kumawu Constituency. Here we are talking about Philip Basoah. Yes, you heard right, Philip Basoah is no more. It is very sad that a highly respected politician in the country passes away too soon. How old was Philip Basoah when he died and what was his cause of death? People are looking for answers to some questions related to the death of Philip Basoah. In this article, we have tried to answer each and every imperative question related to the death of Philip Basoah. You will not need to search any web page on the same thing anymore if you follow this till the end. Please stay with this page and review all sections below on this page. Scroll down the page.
How did Felipe Basoah die?
Philip Basoah was MP for the Kumawu constituency in the Ashanti region. More about him, Philip Basoah was a politician from the New Patriotic Party. Who confirmed or revealed the death of Philip Basoah? Reports claim that the news of Philip Basoah’s death was confirmed by GNA (Ghana News Agency). What happened to Felipe Basoah? Scroll down the page and read more about the death of Philip Basoah.
Former New Patriotic Party Member of Parliament Philip Basoah passed away on the evening of Monday March 27, 2023. He was just 54 years old when he expired. Since Philip Basoah died too soon, his cause of death has been a topic of discussion across the country. But the immediate cause of death of former MP Philip Basoah has not been released. However, people search the web for articles to find out what happened to him. Scroll down the page and read more details.
Philip Basoah was born on November 18, 1969. He became a member of parliament when he won the 2016 general election in the Kumawu constituency. In 2017 he entered Parliament for the first time. Talking about Philip Basoah’s victory in the 2016 general election, he won 78.2 percent of the total votes cast in the election, winning Kumawu constituency with 21,794 votes. Furthermore, in 2020, he won the parliamentary seat with 14,960 votes. Philip Basoah was the MP for the 6th and 7th Parliaments. In addition, he also served as the Executive Director of the Sekyere East District for four years, from 2005 to 2009. Please stay tuned to this website for more details and updates.