- Ghanaian broadcast journalist with TV3, Edward Kwabi has been confirmed dead
- Edward Kwabi reportedly died after battling sickness since September 2019
- Some colleagues in the media fraternity have shared heart-breaking tributes following Kwabi's death
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News about the sudden death of Edward Kwabi, a broadcast journalist with TV3 has sent shock waves across the media fraternity and his family.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported about the death of the former Flagstaff House Media representative for TV3 during the Mahama administration and secretary of the presidential press corps.
Reports indicate that Edward Kwabi had been battling for his life after falling ill since September 2019.
Edward Kwabi was an alumni of the Ghana Institute of Journalism.
He joined TV3 in 2009 and progressed through the ranks to become the station’s Head of Political Desk.
Edward Kwabi was part of the presidential press corps that got involved in an accident near Tema while covering assignments with President Mahama in August 2015.
He was hospitalised for months and even after he was discharged, he struggled to keep a stable healthy life.
Edward was recently made a producer at TV3 and was not allowed to do any rigorous reporting in his recent return to work.
Following his painful demise, some colleagues have shared heart-breaking tributes on social media.
George Ekow Chestnut of TV3 wrote: ''Gone but not forgotten. R.I.P. Edward Kwabi. ''
''DEVASTATED!,''Robert Kwame Brobbey Kyere, formerly of TV3 sadly wrote.
Mimi Busumbru wrote: ''Mary EnyonamKwabi my condolences to you and your family. Please take heart.''
Katey Caesar: ''Mary Enyonam Kwabi please take heart. God is in control. .''
''Teach us to number our days Lord.....Rest well my Brother!,'' Thomas Adotei Pappoe, a colleague TV3 worker wrote.
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