The late Ms Olivia Tawiah Tetteh was born on October 14, 1975 to OpanyinTetteh Larnor and 
Mrs. Dede Kosi. They were farmers at Ahokwa -Asawinso, where she grew up. Along the way, 
she had to live with her father's friend, Mr Obroni at Dwinase, where she began her education. 
She began her education at Naana Biney School at Sefwi Dwinase, where she completed her 
junior high level. She received admission to Sefwi Wiawso Senior High School, spent her first year there before transferring to NIFA Senior High Adukrom, where she completed her Senior High Level In 1993, Olivia obtained her ‘O’ Level Certificate, and went ahead to obtain a private candidate 
‘A’ Level Certificate in 1999. She then worked at Blay & Associates-a legal firm, as Chamber 
clerk/Secretary in 1998 to 2001
Through determination, she gained admission to the University of Ghana where she graduated with Bachelor of Arts inthe Study of Religion in 2004. Olivia did her internship at the Traditional Health Practitioners Association, National Headquarters in 2004 where she worked as 
a Research Supervisor. Along the line she offered a two months course in public relationsat the Ghana Institute of Journalism(GIJ)in 2006 and also obtained her Postgraduate Certificate in Public Administration in 2009 at the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration
(GIMPA). Between 2010 and 2017, Oliva served as an Administrative Assistant at the Western Publications Limited. 

She obtained Bachelor of Law (LLB)degree at the Mount Crest University Collegein 2016. 
In 2016, she was the presiding officer in charge of the Agbogbloshie Yam Market electoral area ‘B’ and presided over both parliamentary and presidential general election. Also, in 2020 at the electoral Commission of Ghana, she was the ballot issuer 1 who was in charge of issuing the 
Presidential ballot at the Alhaji Rashaf Shahadat Mosque electoral area.

She was once the Direct Sales Agent at the Barclays Bank Ghana. She was also a Clerical 
Assistant, office of the first Deputy Speaker where she worked as a casual worker, Office of Parliament. She was very discipline, skilful, goal and result oriented person. She was very 
innovative and fast at grabbing new ideas. 
Olivia was called to the Bar in 2023 and started her legal practice at Baba Jama &Associates until her untimely demisein February 2024.
She was a committed Christian whose lifeworks and testimonies showed that she was walking the truth. At the heart of Olivia’s character was humility and benevolence. She was by nature unassuming, quiet and extremely kind. All her dealings were characterised by honesty and 

On the 21st of February 2024, she departed this world leaving a legacy of love and sincerity to thrive in her memory. She left behind a son and a grandson. Her spirit lives on in the warm embrace of her family and enduring bonds of friendship she forged throughout her life. Though she may not be with us, Miss Olivia’s legacy lives on in the hearts of all who had the privilege of knowing her. May the angels of the Lord welcome you to a well deserve rest. Until the day of 
resurrection, sleep on. You will be dearly missed.

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