• Mr. Ernest Kwadwo Ayisi Aboagye was born on Monday November 9, 1966 at Asuboe to Opanyin Albert Akwasi Aboagye Krampah of blessed memory and Ms. Mary Adwoa Asamoabea.
  • At age six (6) he started schooling at Asuboe Methodist Primary School in 1972. He continued his Middle school education at the Local Authority (L/A) Middle School, Asuboe from 1978 to 1981. Kwadwo Ayisi as he was mostly called was a brilliant student. When he was in Middle School which is form three (3), he sat for the West African Common Entrance Examination (WACEE) and passed with distinction.
  • In 1981, he gained admission to pursue his O’ Level education at the New Juaben Secondary School Commercial in Koforidua. By dint of hard work and exceptional brilliancy exhibited throughout the five (5) years secondary schooling he passed the O’ Level Certificate Examination with excellent grades. In 1986, he was admitted at the Abuakwa State College to pursue his Advanced Level education. He still worked hard at both the Lower and Upper six form which led to another successful schooling.
  • Following his good performance at the A’ Level examinations in 1988, he gained admission to the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi for a Diploma in Estate Management programme. Mr Ernest Aboagye was a ‘good–and go-getter’ – a stickler, always seeking opportunities to do better for himself, his family and all persons he engaged with. This attribute made him a peoples’ man wherever he went. His work experience started with his service to mother Ghana through the compulsory National Service scheme at Anum Apapam as a teacher.
  • After serving for two years, he applied as a permanent staff of the National Service Secretariat. Due to his hard work and dedication to duty that was so obvious to all, he was among the few who got appointed as District Coordinator. He was posted to Sandema in the Northern Region. He was later transferred to the Eastern region precisely New Abirem and later Begoro.
  • In 2015, Ernest resigned from the National Service Scheme to run his private businesses. Mr. Ernest Aboagye is survived with a wife and four children: Andy, Elliette, Lordia and Mirabel. Mr Ernest Aboagye comes from a home of diverse Christian denominations. Whiles the mother is a Presbyterian, the father was a Methodist. As a norm all the children followed their father to the Methodist church. He thus received infant baptism at Wesley Methodist church, Asuboe in keep with the Methodist tradition. During his secondary school days, he switched to the Pentecost church. To confirm his firm believe in the Lord Jesus Christ and the Pentecost faith, he got baptized again at Asuboe Pentecost Assembly. He changed his church again after marriage to the First Baptist Church, where he worshiped till his demise.
  • In the year 2020, he fell ill and fought so hard to regain his strength. On the 11th of May, 2022, Mr Ernest Aboagye’s spirit left his earthly body to His maker. Ernest your work is done. Rest Peacefully with those who preceded you and be in the warm embrace of our Lord and Maker. Da yiye Kwadwo.
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