Rector of the St. Paul’s Catholic Major Seminary in Accra, Very Rev. Fr. Joseph Okine-Quartey, Ph.D. has said revered Papal Knight and benefactor of the seminary, Sir Raphael Archangelo Ozoemena Nwosu’s legacy will be experienced by many generations to come.
In a tribute to the late benefactor, Fr. Okine-Quartey acknowledged Sir Nwosu’s enduring impact, declaring, “His legacy will forever live on in the hearts of those whose lives he touched.”
Sir Nwosu’s devotion to the Church and humanity was evident in his role as a Papal Knight, embodying honor, integrity, and humility.
His philanthropic spirit left an indelible mark on the Seminary, where he served as a guiding light, a pillar of support, and a symbol of kindness. Fr. Okine-Quartey notes, “His generosity was unparalleled, and the Seminary is a testament to his philanthropic spirit.”
Beyond financial contributions, Sir Nwosu’s influence extended as a mentor and friend to seminarians, formators, and priests. His wisdom and guidance were offered freely to those discerning their vocations, creating a legacy of compassion and kindness.
Fr. Okine-Quartey adds, “Sir Nwosu’s kindness and compassion knew no boundaries, and his legacy will forever live on in the hearts of those whose lives he touched.”