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The management of Consolidated Bank Ghana and the company’s union leaders today called on renowned labor expert, Austin Gamey to mourn with him over the demise of his wife, Mrs. Gladys Gamey.

The team led by the Managing Director of CBG, Daniel Addo was accompanied by the Deputy MD, Thairu Ngungu, Chairman of PMSU, Godfred Agbevanu, and Chairman, Local Union, Charles Darko- Okai.

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In his message, Mr. Addo expressed sympathy to Mr. Gamey and his family for their loss and prayed for God’s strength and comfort to keep them in their trying moments.

“We received news of the home call of Mama with shock. Our few interactions with her were very inspiring and uplifting. We sympathize with the family, but are comforted by our genuine conviction that she is now in a better place, with the creator and angels,” he said.

The late Gladys Gamey, according to a statement by the family, passed away on Good Friday while at the hospital in Tema after a short illness.

Mrs. Gamey was a Managing Director of Ausvog until her retirement and was a Director of the Gamey and Gamey Group until her demise.

Included in the CBG delegation were Vida Malik, Human Capital Shared Services, Hesthalynna Osafo, Exe Member (Organizer) PMSU, Richard Obeng Yeboah, Vice-Chair, PMSU, John Asamoah, Vice-Chair, Local Union, Richard Sam, Trustee Local Union, Mariama Razak, Executive Member (Organizer) Local Union.

The rest are John Opata, Human Capital Learning and Talent Officer, Kwame Mawuse Oteng, Human Capital Business Partner, and Ephraim Barnor, Human Capital Business partner.


VIABenjamin Nana Appiah
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