The Dansoman Roundabout has been named after late Member of Parliament for the Ablekuma South/West Constituency who established the Women’s Wing of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Theresa Tagoe.
Also, a sculpture has been conveyed to respect the life and administration of the late MP, ten (10) a long time since her passing into time everlasting.
Talking at the remembrance service as a feature of the second day of his two-day crusade visit through the Greater Accra Region, which was coordinated by the sitting individual from Parliament for Ablekuma West Constituency, Ursula Owusu Ekuful, President Akufo-Addo portrayed the late administrator as “a lawmaker of first position”.
“We have met here today on a pitiful yet happy event, miserable in light of the fact that we have come to help ourselves to remember the entry of a partner, who was a courageous individual from our battle for opportunity and vote based system in Ghana”
“It is additionally a cheerful event since we are being helped to remember the service of today that on the off chance that you leave an existence of commitment, an existence of cooperation, an existence of help to your locale, your locale won’t fail to remember you.”
Hon. Ursula Owusu-Ekuful creation the declaration on her Facebook page after the occasion stated, “Drove by the President, Nana Akufo-Addo, the NPP held a commemoration administration in honoring the previous Member of Parliament (MP) for Ablekuma South, Theresa Tagoe, at Dansoman in the Ablekuma West Constituency.”
“Her memory lives on following ten (10) long stretches of her death. She pioneered the path for ages of female legislators to follow in spite of the chances, and let the entire world realize that, without ladies as accomplices of improvement, no country can create. We are glad for her inheritance. We are glad for the work that she did in the voting demographic, the public authority and the NPP.”
“Out of appreciation for her memory, the Dansoman Roundabout has been named after her ie; THERESA AMERLEY TAGOE indirect. We will always remember you Theresa Amerley Tagoe. May her spirit keep on resting in the chest of the Almighty.”