A former Minister of Transport under the erstwhile National Democratic Congress (NDC) government , Dzifa Attivor, has passed on at age 65.
She is reported to have died on Monday, November 15, 2021 at the University of Ghana Medical Centre Madam after battling with short illness.
The Deputy Volta Regional Organizer of the NDC, Lord-Chester Ati in a Facebook post confirmed the news via his facebook page.
”A woman with a heart of Gold.You have touched so many lives.The ” tears and pains ” on peoples timeline is enough testimony.You were always there for people.Your departure at this moment has caused us so much pain.This pic was taken when u came for Dad’s burial in November last year.Dzudzor le nutifafa me Daa Dzifa Attivor .Kobla Kudoto . I won’t forgive u… You lied to me”.
”Why do good people die early?? Daa Dzifa Attivor , This is not right. Yesu…. you were so good to us. Arhh… it is exactly a year today when u came to bury my Dad, Emmanuel Minnie Tettey Ati in Tadzewu. I am weak. Rest well Daa Dzifa. Kobla Kudoto , u lied to me”.
Her family is expected to receive sympathizers at her Adentan residence in Accra from today, Tuesday, November 16, 2021.
Born on 22nd February 1956, Dzifa Attivor is known as a politician and a businesswoman.
She was Minister for Transport in Ghana until her resignation in December 2015 due to a controversial bus re-branding contract.
She was appointed in February 2013 by President John Mahama after the Ghanaian general election in December 2012.