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Sunset: February 21st, 2023

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Biography of Albert Yamoah

Beginnings are usually scary, and endings are usually sad, but it’s everything in between that makes it all worth living

- Bob Marley

The late Albert Kingsley Kwasi Yamoah, affectionately called Akky led a fulfilling life that touched the hearts of many. He was the youngest of five siblings. He was raised to be respectful, humble, diligent and God-fearing. Akky attended St Joseph’s Catholic Primary in Adabraka for his Primary Education, proceeded to St Aquinas Secondary School and continued at Abuakwa State College in Kyebi for his secondary education, then went to Accra Academy for his sixth form. He made many friends in these schools and a great number of them became his life-long friends. He had many friends wherever he went because of his humorous personality, generosity with his time and concern, beyond what is required.

Growing up AKKY lived with several family members and friends which experience made him adaptable and pliable to every situation he encountered in his endearing life.

He relocated to the United States of America, and was later joined by his childhood sweetheart Sylvia, with whom he had three adorable children, Maame Twumwaa (Marilyn), Kwabena Karikari (Koby) and Akosua Ampofowa (Jeslyn).

His experience in America was truly a transforming period in his life, which prepared him for a very high acquisition of a unique skill set. It was therefore not surprising that by the time he took over as Managing Director of his brother’s company (All Pharma), he was well-grounded with the display of astute leadership.

Akky was hardworking, adventurous, and overpassionate about his responsibilities.

Akky was an extraordinarily unique father. He was a hands-on dad, had a great rapport with his children and they loved him to bits. The children have truly lost a precious gem and without a doubt they will treasure the memories of his kind, selfless and caring nature.

Sadly, Akky passed away on February 21st 2023, leaving behind a legacy of love, camaraderie, comradeship, and good-fellowship. There will never be enough words to fully describe Albert’s impact to humanity.

Albert will deeply be missed by his family and friends, but his memory will live on through the countless lives he touched during his time on earth.

Albert, indeed you have fought a good fight, you have finished the race, and kept the faith. Now there is in store the crown of righteousness which the Lord the righteous judge will award to you.

May your gentle and beautiful soul Rest in Peace

Due Ne Amanehunu!


Perhaps you sent a lovely card,
Or sat quietly in a chair
Perhaps you sent a funeral spray,
If so, we saw it there
Perhaps you spoke the kindest words
As any friend could say
Perhaps you were not there at all
But said a silent prayer for us and thought about us that day.
Whatever you did to console our hearts,
We greatly appreciate it, and we thank you very much, whatever the part. Much gratitude from the family

Mother: Mary Twumwaa Adjei (Deceased)
Father: Henry Kwabena Amparbin (Deceased)
Widow: Sylvia Donkor
Children: Maame Akua Twumwaa Yamoah, Kwabena Karikari Yamoah & Jeslyn Akosua Ampofowa Yamoah
Siblings: Patrick Kofi Karikari. Francis Kwame Ampofo, Juliana Aidoo, Kwabena Adu, Margaret Aidoo, Tony Aidoo, Micheal Aidoo, Elizabeth Appiah, Kwabena Amparbin
Nieces and Nephews: Fifi Amamoo, Becky Amamoo, Kwabena Amamoo, Alfred Amamoo, Abigail Pokuaa Baiden, Kevin Karikari, Keith Karikari, Yadah Ampofo.


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