- Eric Berko, an alumnus of Kumasi High School has been laid to rest
- The late Berko was laid to rest on February 22, 2020, following a funeral ceremony at Odoum, at the St. Louis Senior High School
- His death has left family and friends heartbroken
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Eric Berko, an alumnus of Kumasi High School who died earlier in 2020 has been laid to rest.
The late Eric Berko's death erupted heart-breaking reactions on social media when it was announced.
Ghanaian German-based blogger Bigscout Nana Prempeh painfully broke the news of the former school prefect's death on his Facebook page which generated tons of heart-breaking tributes.
Biscourt Nana Prempeh splashed images of his former colleague on social media to announce his death.
The late Eric Berko was the school prefect of the 2005 year group of Kumasi High School.
''A moment of silence for our brother Eric ....Gone but never forgotten 2005 KUHIS School prefect. We love you Abrantie ❤,'' Nana Prempeh wrote on Facebook.
The late Eric Berko was laid to rest on February 22, 2020, at Odoum, at the St. Louis Senior High School.
YEN.com.gh previously reported that a model with Twitter name @elimieralanegra has erupted conversations around her dark skin and a broader discourse about racism in the modelling industry.
The beautiful dark skin model evoked massive support from followers on her Twitter thread when she shared her experience as a dark skin model.
Following @elimieralanegra's tweet, a mixed wave of motivational together with tweets condemning the stereotyping and discrimination against her have flooded the thread beneath her post.
The modelling industry can be a pretty harsh space for dark skin models not just because of the rigorous beauty standards but also the discrimination most of them experience.
@elimieralanegra indicated in her recent tweet that her skin color became a subject when she posted that: ''appreciation post for myself because the 4th modeling agency this week told me they were no longer in need of darker skinned models atm & not making height exceptions at the time.''
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