Sabbass Mass Band in Ashaiman organizes fundraiser for late Trooper Imoro Sheriff’s family

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Sabbass Mass Band in Ashaiman organizes fundraiser for late Trooper Imoro Sheriff's family
Sabbass Mass Band

The Sabbass Mass Band in , in partnership with the St. Augustine's Catholic Youth Organization (C.Y.O), has organized a fundraising event to support the family of Trooper Imoro Sheriff, the soldier who was recently killed in .

Trooper Sheriff, a Muslim by birth, was a member of St. Augustine's Catholic C.Y.O since 2014 and was later promoted to the mass band, where he learned to play the trumpet very well and had a passion for playing with 's band on special occasions and events.

The former Chairman of the C.Y.O, Mr Vicent Atsu, expressed condolences to the family of Trooper Sheriff, saying, “A light from our household is gone, a voice we love is stilled. A place is vacant in our hearts that can't be filled.”

The Band Master for St. Augustine's , Mr Philip Aklasu, revealed that the hardworking nature of Trooper Sheriff paid off, giving him the opportunity to join the with prestige.

The fundraising event was initiated by the leadership of the St. Augustine's band, the Mass band, and the C.Y.O. to financially support the family of the late trooper, who was dedicated and humble in serving the band.

Mr Aklasu stated, “This is the little we can do to express our condolences and appreciate the work and participation of our late brother. We hope this goes far than we thought.”

The Chief of the Muslim Coalition, Chief Jihad, expressed his condolences to the family and donated GH¢1,000.00 to support the family.

A total of GH¢5,001.00 was raised during the fundraising jam in loving memory of the young soldier.

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