Death can for most part be exceptionally stunning and sudden. In Ghana, big name passings away are particularly tragic for some individuals who accept them as an unmistakable token of the brevity of life.
The following are 5 Ghanaian big names who passed on of cancer and kidney failure.
The late games columnist was somebody who was worshiped by numerous individuals for his one of a kind class of communicating in the Queens' Language. He worked with Metro TV, GTV Sports +, Luv FM in Kumasi and was the Managing-Editor of Footy-Ghana.com. Christopher Opuku passed on Wednesday, 10 May 2017 at age 42 subsequent to fighting disease for a long time.
2. Nii Odoi Mensah.
The on-screen character and previous leader of the Ghana entertainer's organization kicked the bucket on April 12, 2016, in China, where he had gone to experience a kidney relocate. Nii Odio Mensah had been doing combating kidney sickness for quite a long time. He was the president of the Ghana Actors Guild during his lifetime.
Humorist Yaw Donkor, famously known as Nkomode, died on February 5, 2016, subsequent to doing combating kidney, liver issues and bladder disappointment.
4. Nana Yaa Akyedie.
In October 2019, Ghanaian gospel performer Nana Yaa Akyedie passed on subsequent to losing a courageous fight against bosom malignancy, deserting three children.
5. Kofi Middleton Mends.
In 2016, Ghanaian veteran entertainer, Kofi Middleton Mends unfortunately died. He passed on at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital in Accra in the wake of doing combating a kidney sickness.
Make sure to state a supplication for the friends and family these big names deserted. May God keep on reassuring them.
May their spirits rest in immaculate harmony.
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