The late Commodore Mawunya Kwaku Lovi (Rtd) on Friday, 18 June, 2021 was laid to rest at the Military Cemetery, Burma Camp.
At the burial service held at the Garrison Methodist Presbyterian Church (GMPC) in Burma Camp, the family in a tribute eulogised him as an upright man, a giver, a God fearing man, well-mannered and polite. The Ghana Armed Forces also extolled him for his cheerfulness, resilient initiative and excellent organizational abilities.
Delivering the sermon, the Director of Religious Affairs, Captain (GN) Paul Adjei Djan advised the church to be conscious of their time with God and also work eagerly and effortlessly for the things of God. He added that God knows everyone who works for the kingdom and would reward them accordingly.
The late Commodore Mawunya Kwaku Lovi was born on 4 March, 1953 at Nsawam in the Eastern Region of Ghana to Mr Egbert Kofi Lovi and Madame Florence Ayawo Dogbega all of blessed memory.
He was enlisted into the Ghana Military Academy on 4 November 1983 with a diploma in Mechanical and Marine Engineering from the Royal Naval Engineering School, Rosyth, Scotland. He was commissioned into the Technical Branch of the Ghana Navy as a sub Lieutenant on 29 June 1984.
He was survived by his wife Mrs. Ernestine Enyonam Lovi and four children.