PHOTO: NSMQ finalist, James Lutterodt, of KETASCO statue unveiled during his burial KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt


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Sunday, September 10, 2023

PHOTO: NSMQ finalist, James Lutterodt, of KETASCO statue unveiled during his burial

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that NSMQ finalist, James Lutterodt, of KETASCO statue unveiled during his burial.

He described James as more than a friend, almost like a son, someone he would often converse with on WhatsApp and engage in meaningful discussions.

Stephen expressed the overwhelming sense of loss and the difficulty in comprehending the tragic circumstances surrounding James’ passing. He concluded, “I give thanks to God because there is nothing we can do at this last hour.”

A pre-burial service was conducted at the Tema Community Centre in Accra, where Francis Jackson Ahiable, a close family friend, delivered a touching tribute on behalf of James’ mother.

In her tribute, she conveyed her deep sorrow and shared cherished memories of her beloved son, James Lutterodt.

A burial service has been organised at Tema Community One Centre, in memory of the late James Kwabla Lutterodt, a finalist at the 2021 National Science and Maths Quiz (NSMQ). 

James was a student Keta Senior High Technical School (Ketasco) NSMQ, where he exhibited excellence and class. 

Family members, friends and the public paid their last respects at the forecourt of the Tema Metropolitan Assembly, where the mortal remains laid in state. 

James Edem Kwabla Lutterodt was the fifth of seven children of his parents. 

James was born to Mr Philip Dogbeda K. Luterodt and Lucy Tetteh on May 25, 2004. 

At an early age, James displayed an insatiable thirst for knowledge and a commitment to achieving academic distinction. 

His journey towards academic excellence began at New Land Schools in Ashaiman, where he consistently scored distinctions and achieved excellence in various subjects, with a particular focus on mathematics and science. 

“Why couldn’t death spare you? You had your whole life ahead of you, but God knows best. James, I miss you and think of you all the time. How I wish I could have you here. Death took you away from my hand but not from my heart and I shed tears when I say your name. There is no one who misses you more than me and I will treasure my memories of you forever because you live in my heart. Rest in peace, my dear son.”

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