13 year old Citi TV's keyboard idol contestant, Chris Tamakloe laid to rest
Chris Afelete Tamakloe, a contestant of Citi Television's maiden edition of Keyboard Idol, a reality show that showcase young talent's dexterity on the Keyboard has been laid to rest today.
Scores of mourners including colleague contestants of the reality show, school mates, staff of the Citi TV group and friends of the deceased thronged auditorium of the Sacred Heart Cathedral Church located in Ho-Bankoe of the Volta Region to mourn with the family and to pay their respect to the young Chris.
Brilliant and talented Chris Afelete Tamakloe was one of the best contestant who made it to the reality house to showcase to the world his talent and remained on top of the game.
The reality show which was suspended as a result of the unfortunate demise of Chris will be back on a week today with the final edition.
Final interment for young Chris will be at the Ho Public Cemetery.
Rest in Peace Chris.
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