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A life of charity, how Covid passing of Ghanaian finance manager XPLODER shook London

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Samuel Mensah, the Chief Executive Officer(CEO) of London-based Ghanaian bread kitchen business Uncle John's Bakery who passed on hours to a meeting with Metro TV contributed altogether to the battle against the novel Covid. 


As indicated by reports assembled by MyNewsGh.com from his family and close partners, Samuel Mensah's pastry kitchen has been without giving portions of bread to National Health Service (NHS) laborers during the Covid pandemic. 


Accolades have been pouring in for the money manager cum artist who is known for showing up on grime tracks like Mission Riddim close by his sibling D Dark, Scrufizzer, Lady Lykez, Roaches, Maxsta, and Zeph Ellis, too D Dark's Be Smart Remix with Ms. Banks and Scrufizzer. 


One tweeted: "Dismal to hear that Xploder has passed because of COVID – was consistently a cool person. Sending adoration to his family." "So tragic to find out about Xploder. Rest in force in ruler," another posted. Rapper J2K expressed: "Tear Samuel Mensah (Xploder). So pitiful man, a proper decent sibling." A fourth said: "Tear XPLODER…. truly can barely handle it, man. Sympathies to D Dark and the remainder of the family."Another said: "I'm in dismay over Xploder, I figured the street would be any longer for him. Tear." R.I.P Xploder Blue heart collapsed hands a particularly cool sibling," another tweeted.

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