Mahama commiserates with family of late Mawuena Dumor Trebarh


Flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), John Dramani Mahama, has paid a visit to the family of the late Mawuena Dumor Trebarh, sister of the late Komla Dumor.

In the late hours of Wednesday, April 10, Mrs. Trebarh, the first female CEO of the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC), passed away after a period of illness.

Her legacy includes being the first woman to lead the GIPC from 2013 to 2017 and her significant contributions to Ghanaian business.

Mrs. Trebarh’s career spanned various leadership roles across multiple industries and politics. She began her career as Ghana’s first female underground exploration geologist at Ashanti Goldfields Company Ltd.

Furthermore, the late Mawuena Trebarh also held positions as head of Corporate Communications at Newmont Ghana Gold Ltd. and head of Corporate Services at telecommunications giant MTN.

Former President Mahama, in a post on Facebook on Friday, said, “I paid a somber and emotional visit to the residence of Professor Ernest Dumor to express my condolences to him and the family on the death of their beloved daughter, sister and mother, Mawuena Dumor Trebarh.”

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Moreover, Mr. Mahama, who wrote a note of condolence, described Mrs. Trebarh as “a remarkable woman who left an indelible impact on the lives of those around her.”

“It’s a great loss to us all, but our hearts at this moment go out to Prof and her little girl.”

According to the former President, the late Mrs. Trebarh will be “remembered and cherished by all who had the privilege of knowing her.”