- Professor Ernest K. Dumor, who is the father of the late Ghanaian journalist, Komla Dumor, has released a statement to mark his son's birthday
- In the statement, he mentioned a number of things he would have been discussing with his son on his birthday
- In the post, it became evident that a majority of the conversation would have focused on Africa and efforts to rebuild it
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Professor Ernest K. Dumor, the father of the late Komla Dumor, has shared a heartbreaking birthday message to mark his son's 47th birthday.
Taking to Facebook, Professor Dumor stated that he would have been spending the whole day with his son and discussed issues relating to Africa with him.
He explained that the core of the conversation would have been strategies to restore the souls of Ghana and the African continent.
He added that they would have also discussed the souls of Ghanaians and other Africans that have almost been destroyed by slavery and colonialism.
Professor Dumor went on to say that they would have also discussed great African leaders who became rebellious in order to gain freedom for their countries.
He went ahead to list a number of other topical issues they would have passionately shared ideas about.
In other news, the former chairperson of Ghana’s Electoral Commission (EC), Charlotte Osei, has taken to social media to celebrate 25 years at the Ghana Bar.
Sharing a lovely photo of herself, she thanked God for the achievement as well as an amazing career so far. To Osei, her career has been nothing short of incredibly awesome and varied.
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