The family wishes to extend deep gratitude to all, for the prayers, support, comforting messages, calls, flowers, cards and gifts during this time of bereavement.
Robert Opoku-Attah was born in Asamang tamfoe in the Eastern part of Ghana on 18th August 1950 to Mr. Attah Opoku and Madam Akosua Wrayewaa both of blessed memory.
Robert started his elementary education at Asamang tamfoe. After completing his middle school, he proceeded to Ofori Panyin Secondary School(OPASS) in Akyem Tafo where he obtained his O’ Level certificate. He taught as a pupil teacher at kwahu nkwatia. He furthered his education at Accra polytechnic and obtained city and Guilds certificate. He worked at Automotive and technical services(ATS) in Accra till 1991. He left ATS and taught at Tema Manhia secondary and technical school.
In 1997 he gained admission to Bradford University in the United kingdom. He then left and furthered his education at the university of east London Barking in 1999. Due to some circumstances, he discontinued the studies and started working with Cofely company till 2015 where he retired. Robert never forgot his maker, though a Presbyterian he joined the Methodist Church as he didn’t find any Presby when he first arrived in the UK. He passed to eternal glory at the hospital after a short illness on the 4 February 2021. He left behind a wife, 5 Children and 6 grandchildren.
A selection of floral posies. Approximate sizes are:
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