A section of Ghanaian social media has been thrown into a state of shock and mourning following the death of a young man known as Pablo Doe Bwoy.
Pablo, YEN.com.gh gathers, died over the weekend after being involved in an accident last Friday.
Details about the tragic accident are very sketchy but photos making rounds which have been sighted by YEN.com.gh suggest it was a ghastly one.
According to some reports, Pablo was a 'sakawa' boy who was based around the Lapaz area in Accra.
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While YEN.com.gh cannot confirm the report of him being a 'sakawa' boy, it must be noted that his social media posts suggest that he was living a fast life and may have led to such a conclusion.
A graduate of the Koforidua Senior High Technical School, Pablo who was known in real life as Emma seemed to be relatively living in comfort as compared to his peers.
Since the news of Pablo's death broke early Saturday morning, many of those who knew him have taken to social media to cry their hearts out.
Many of them cannot just believe that the young man is no more and are in pains.
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Shee could not just believe the news:
Ras was said he had a cold heart:
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Richard who said he was in the same car described Pablo as a good person:
Worlbass also described Pablo as a 'cool' brother:
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Nyhirah thought Pablo had died too young:
Don brought more heartbreaking news that Pablo had left behind a wife and a little daughter:
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And Young suggested the little girl was even yet to be named:
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