- The last words of Junior Agogo on social media has been sighted
- He had shared the photo of a dog, obviously his, with the caption “ride or die”
- It appears the former football star loved his dog so much and used those words to describe it
- The post was made just a week to his death, showing that he was having fun and did not even think death was knocking
- Agogo died on August 22, 2019, and the whole of Ghana is shocked
YEN.com.gh has seen Junior Agogo’s last post he made on social media before his death.
That seems to be his last words to Ghanaians before his sad death on August 22, 2019.
Agogo shared a photo of his pet, a hairy dog, with the caption: “Ride or die”.
The caption was accompanied by laughter emojis, showing that the former football star was having fun at that time.
Interestingly, that post was made on August 14, 2019, a week to his death.
The post, after Agogo’s death, has received some sad reactions from Ghanaians.
Scorpio prayed for Agogo’s soul to rest in peace:
she_is_a_scorpio: “May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace.”
Uyd expressed deepest condolences to Agog’s family:
uyd4life: “My thoughts to Juniors family all the way from Australia. From Swiss Cottage with Pablo to Willesden with Larry to Wednesday with Ricky, you were a good dude to a young aussie trying to kick a ball for a living. I followed you as much as I could over the years and prayed for your success. Champion.”
Lissa appeared to read Agogo’s last words about “ride or die”:
lissabediako: “Wowww R. I.P.”
Ibrahim grieved over Agogo’s last post:
ibrahimni85: “Ride or die was his last post.. Oooh my! RIP Agogo…”
Isak Agogo would be remembered for being a wonderful person:
isak_012: “You will be remembered for the wonderful person you were ❤.”
There are many of such messages that show how pained Ghanaians are to learn of Agogo’s death.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier published some facts gathered and factors which could have contributed to Agogo’s death.
We have also published his last moments on earth which show how he suffered before his death.
Yenkasa: Manuel Junior Agogo Receives Heartfelt Tributes | #Yencomgh
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