The late Enoch Teye Mensah, the former Minister of Youth and Sports, has been honored by Ghana Premier League team Hearts of Oak.
Due to his failing health, the former politician, who was 77, passed away while receiving treatment in South Africa.
It’s important to note that Enoch Teye Mesah was a devoted supporter of phobians, and Hearts of Oak sent a heartfelt message of sympathy to his family.
Our condolences to the family of our former player and former Minister of Sports, Hon. E. T. Mensah, who has been called to glory. A safe journey to your maker RIP, SIR The club wrote on X, which was sighted by 1 Family Radio.
In the Fourth Republic, Enoch Teye Mensah, a former member of parliament for Ningo-Prampram, served as the first minister of youth and sports. He held this office during the tenure of the late ex-President Jerry John Rawlings.
E. T. Mensah served in the National Democratic Party government as the minister of education, employment, and social welfare throughout his political career. He continued to contribute to the nation’s governance as a member of the council of state after leaving the parliament in 2016.
For his considerable contributions to Ghana’s sports industry in the 1990s, when the nation’s young national teams earned international success, E. T. Mensah is well-known.