Kwadwo Dickson In Tears As He Announces A Sad News
By Morby_NewsGh | self meida writer
Published 26 days ago - 6539 views
Angel Broadcasting Network TV, presenter Kojo Dickson cried bitterly on live TV after reporting the sudden death of Sheikh Ali Ahmed Maikano Abdul Faili Jallo the son of the late Ahmed Maikano Jallo Ghanaian Tijaniyya Cleric of Prang near Yeji in the Bono East Region.
Kojo Dickson sadly said, that how can a handsome and innocent man be killed like that. "He added"
He added that,God will never forgive those who did this to Ali Maikano. I'm so dad and don't know what to say.
This sad and heartbreaking Incident has fear and panic to the residents living in Ambrose road and the people of Prang near Yeji.
May the families of late Sheikh Ali Ahmed Maikano Abdul Faili Jallo be console by Allah and may his gentle soul rest in perfect peace.
May God protect our mother land Ghana and deliver us from the hands to the evil ones.
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