Former President John Dramani Mahama, has described the late Transport Minister as the Yaa Asantewaa of this generation
Madam Dzifa Attivor, who served as Transport Minister, under President Mahama, passed away late last year , at the University of Ghana Medical Centre.
He described Mrs. Attivor, as a committed member of his government, who worked so hard, as Transport Minister
“As a government, the record of the Transport Ministry remains one of our best, and it was under Dzifa Attivor “
According to President Mahama, without an effective sector Minister, his vision will only remain unfulfilled
He described the former Minister as a workaholic, who did all the leg work for the achievements at the sector
He mentioned Terminal 3, the massive transformation at the Takoradi and Tema Ports, the Ho Airport, Tamale Airport and several other projects, were her as a result of her hard work.
On his part, the NDC National Chairman, Mr. Samuel Ofosu Ampofo, paid glowing tributes to the memory of the late Minister
He recounted his first contact with Mrs. Attivor, several years ago.
A party stalwart, Comrade Kofi Attoh, traced the history of Voltarians in other parts of the country, and lauded the role of Mrs. Attivor in reorganising Voltarians across the country .
The spokesperson of the Abutia Traditional Council, Togbi Adza Kodzo VI, invited the former President to join the family send the late daughter of the area home when time is due.
He also used the occasion to sympathise with the former President, who lost the elder brother few months ago.
Also present were the former Chief of Staff, Mr Julius Debrah and the General Secretary of the NDC, Mr. Johnson Asiedu Nketiah.
Togbi Adza Kodzo was accompanied by Mama Ayipey, Mama Dunenyo, head of the Agbo family, Mr Seth Kumi, Ho West MP, Hon. Emmanuel Kosi Bedzrah, Mrs. Attivor’s children, Mrs. Adzo Kpodo, Ralph Selorm Attivor, Mr. Francis Agbo, Billy Amedzro, Mr Yao Meba and Mr. Enos Agbo.
The rest were, Mr Erasmus Asamoah Cudjoe, the National Chairman of the Volta Caucus and Lydia Angel Nutakor, who is the Greater Accra Coordinator of the Volta Diaspora Caucus.