Tributes Flood Twitter In Remembrance Of The Late Komla Afeke Dumor

Komla Dumor

In 2014, the entire national and the World was rocked with the passing of the “Boss Player” Ghanaian Journalist Komla Afeke Dumor.

BBC TV presenter Komla Dumor, one of Ghana’s best-known journalists died at his home in London at the age of 41. He became the first host of Africa Business Report on BBC World News in 2009.

Remembering Komla Dumor, his cherished listeners and colleagues have both honoured him with a tribute and their fondest memory.

Franklin Cudjoe, President Of Imani Centre of Policy took to Twitter to share his fondest memory of the Boss player, he wrote, “If I did this now, management would think I have taken money from you. I will urge you to continue writing your excellent articles and one day we will run after you”- The Boss Player, Komla Dumor to me in 2006 when I wanted to be featured on JOY FM. Continue to Rest in Peace, bro.”

Radio Personality Antoine Mensah wrote,”A lot of times I wonder what your views would be on the events & trends of the world today. It’s been 7 years since we lost you, but there’s no doubt your memory lives on.

Quoting the late Journalist, Radio Host Koo Sebor wrote, “There is only one standard – a global standard. Be consistent, operate at 100% every single time you’re given an opportunity.” – Komla Dumor.

Radio Personality and MC Kojo Manuel wrote,” A King that cannot and will not be forgotten. Continue to Rest In Peace Komla Dumor.”

Source: Kuulpeeps

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