7 Ghanaian popular journalists who have lost their lives

7 Ghanaian popular journalists who have lost their lives

Ghana has lost some popular journalists in recent times, a development that has left the nation in shock.

Their deaths often came as a surprise, as in most cases, information about their state of health is unknown to most Ghanaians.

In a few cases, accidents or some unexpected incidents resulted in the loss of lives, and eventually left the nation in a state of mourning.

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YEN.com.gh has compiled a list of popular journalists whose deaths have left Ghanaians surprised and asking several questions:

1. Maa Afia Konadu:

A popular media personality with the Despite Group, Maa Afia Konadu, lost her life in the United States of America on Wednesday, May 1,. 2019.

2. Portia Amma Agyeiwaa:

Portia Amma Agyeiwaa was stabbed by her boyfriend, Philip Akumaning, also known as Atta Panyin, after a misunderstanding.

3. Daniel Akorful:

Daniel Akorful, who worked for Peace FM, as well as Asempa FM and Ghana Sports newspaper, passed away after a short illness.

4. Nana Sarpongmaa Damoah:

A young female sports journalist who worked with Vision 1, Nana Sarpongmaa Damoah, also lost her life after she as admitted at a hospital.

5. Alhaji Bature:

Alhaji Bature, until his death, was the editor of the Al-Hajj newspaper. He lost his life after a short illness.

6. Ahmed Hussein-Suale:

Ahmed Hussein-Suale was an investigative journalist who worked with the Anas Aremeyaw Anas-led Tiger Eye PI. He was shot by unidentified gunmen.

7. KABA:

Kwadwo Asare Baffuor Acheampong, better known as KABA, was a seasoned journalist whose death left Ghanaians in mourning.

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