He was one of the assistants who have had the chance to work in every one of the eight Parliaments in the Fourth Republic.
Tributes poured in for Mr Apodolla.
“I’m extremely miserable to find out about the demise of my companion and go-to individual on guidelines of the House,” previous Member of Parliament for Kumbungu Constituency Ras Mubarak composed on Facebook.
“Robert Apodolla, one of parliament’s most committed representatives, who died yesterday. My supplications and considerations are with his family right now.”
He depicted the perished representative as one of the three people whose assessments he looked for every now and again while an individual from the Seventh Parliament.
“In my time in parliament, there were three people whose suppositions and recommendations I looked for as often as possible – Rt. Hon. Speaker Alban Bagbin (at that point a Deputy Speaker), Opare Ansah of Suhum, and the late Robert Apodolla. On the off chance that I was unable to discover Mr. Speaker or Opare, it was Robert I race to for proposals on a movement I was planning to move or understanding of any of the guidelines I wasn’t clear about.”
He said he anticipated that Mr Apodolla should have been picked as the Clerk of the current Parliament.
“It’s a disgrace he was disregarded for the situation of Clerk to Parliament. He took this bad form in his step and demanded, ‘God’s time’s ideal’.
“The Parliament of Ghana has lost one of its overlooked symbols, a devoted worker of parliament who realized his work back to front, and released his obligations persistently.”
Mr Mubarak approached Parliament to give the perished a “befitting memorial service”.
Please share and comment below.