Ghanaian actors, actreses celebrate late Super OD with powerful messages

Ghanaian actors, actreses celebrate late Super OD with powerful messages

-Actors and actresses have celebrated veteran performer, Super OD who died two days ago

-The entertainers took to their social media accounts to share messages and fond memories of the late actor

Some high-flying Ghanaian actors and actresses have celebrated veteran actor and comedian, Asonaba Kweku Darko, popularly known as Super OD after news of his passing was reported.

Industry players including Priscilla Opoku- Agyeman known widely as Ahuofe Patri, Prince David Osei, actor-turned-pastor, Majid Michel and Pauline’s Diary actress, Roselyn Ngissah have all eulogized the famed actor for his contribution in the field of entertainment.

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Many people have celebrated the late actor as one of the funniest and greatest comedians in Ghana’s history till date.

Actor Prince David Osei in celebrating the late actor took to his Instagram account, shared a photo of the experienced actor and captioned, “Fare-well LEGEND Super O.D..You made your mark and you lived well.

Pauline's Diary actress, Roselyn Ngissah, after posting a picture of the late popular comedian on her Instagram account, captioned it, “RIP legend super OD.”

Majid Michel, in a post made about the actor who passed at the age of 84, said, “R.i.P. PATRiARCH ! You are immortal.”

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The death of the famous Osofo Dadzie actor was confirmed by his son, Simon Darko who revealed that his father had not been well for some time and had been hospitalized.

He passed away on Tuesday, February 13, at the Swedru Government Hospital in the Central Region.

Among the many well-meaning Ghanaians who have commsirated with the bereaved family of the famous Ghanaian actor are John Dramani Mahama and Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.

Super OD started acting in the 1970’s and eventually gained national prominence in the 1990’s through the roles he played in the popular TV series, Akan Drama.

He was part of the Oppong Drama Group which later became known as Osofo Dadzie Group.

The who actor left behind 14 children had received visits and support from the Ghana Actor's Guild and from former president Mahama.

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