The Aliu Mahama Foundation has rolled out activities for the celebration of the first anniversary of the death of former Vice President, H.E. Alhaji Aliu Mahama.

wpid-alhaji20aliu20mahama.jpgAccording to the Foundation, organisers of the anniversary, the celebration which kick-starts on November 9, ?a public lecture, Christian and Moslem prayers across the country, a health walk and a documentary on the life of the late Vice President.

At a press conference in Accra, Mr Kwesi Abeasi, Chief Executive Officer of? Invest Consult Limited, told a press conference in Accra today that the activities were simple in nature due to the humble personality of late Vice President.

He said the activities had been put together by the Foundation, the late Vice President?s family, his friends with support from the New Patriotic Party and the government.

Mr Abeasi said the programme would begin on November 9 with a health walk from the Accra Sports Stadium through some selected streets. There will be a documentary on his life November 11 and 13.

Muslims and Christian prayers would be held on November 15 and 17 respectively to be climaxed with his final Muslim funeral rite (Adu?a) on November 17 at his residence in Tamale, and a football match between Real Tamale United and Wa All Stars.

The late Vice President Mahama died on November 16 last year at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital.

Meanwhile the Member of Parliament for Akuapem South Constituency, Hon. O. B. Amoah has extolled the virtues of the late statesman, describing him as a man of principles.

He made this known when the Aliu Mahama Foundation met the Press on Wednesday, November 6, 2013 to officially launch the first anniversary celebration of the death of Alhaji Aliu Mahama.

According to O. B. Amoah, the late Vice President was a disciplined statesman.

” He will forever be remembered for his high sense of discipline that led him to launch a national campaign for greater discipline when he was Vice President,” he stressed.

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