Former Youth and Sports Minister, Enoch Teye Mensah, fondly known as ET Mensah, has bid farewell to the world. His passing occurred in the early hours of Monday, October 2, leaving behind a legacy of dedicated service and leadership.
ET Mensah passed away while undergoing medical treatment in a South African hospital. His departure marks the end of an era, as he was a prominent figure in Ghana’s political landscape and a respected statesman.
One of his significant roles was serving as the Minister of Youth and Sports, where he made notable contributions to the development of sports in Ghana. His leadership left an indelible mark on the nation’s sporting landscape, and his passion for nurturing young talents and promoting sports excellence was widely acknowledged.
Furthermore, ET Mensah held the distinguished position of being a member of the Council of State until his passing. This role reflected his commitment to contributing to Ghana’s governance and policy-making processes, drawing upon his wealth of experience and expertise.
As the nation mourns the loss of Enoch Teye Mensah, his contributions to Ghana’s political and sporting realms will be remembered with admiration and gratitude. His legacy as a dedicated leader and public servant will continue to inspire future generations to serve their nation with passion and integrity.