- A delegation from Despite Media visited the family of Kwadwo Wiafe on Friday, June 5, 2020
- Their visit brought a lot of tears as Wiafe's wife, Reeka Wemah, broke down in tears upon seeing them
- So heartbreaking was the scene that, Kennedy Osei had to go and console her
Our Manifesto: This is what YEN.com.gh believes in
It was a very sad moment when the management and some staff from UTV and Despite Media Group visited the family of their colleague Kwadwo Wiafe.
As earlier reported by YEN.com.gh, Kwadwo Wiafe, a presenter with Neat FM, passed on at Nyaho Medical Centre in Accra after a short illness.
News of Wiafe's unfortunate passing devastated his colleagues at Despite Media who took to social media with many messages of sorrow have followed up with a visit.
The powerful delegation from UTV was led by Despite Media Group's MD, Fadda Dickson, and ably supported by the group's General Manager, Kennedy Osei.
Some of the staff spotted in the delegation were Nana Ama McBrown, Abeiku Santana, Adwoa Yeboah Agyei, Roger Quartey, and Maame Yaa Konamah.
A video from the visit sighted by YEN.com.gh shows the sad heartbreaking moment when Kwadwo Wiafe's wife, Reeka Wemah, broke down in tears after seeing her husband's colleagues.
In the video, Reeka could be seen sitting down and sobbing while the UTV delegation approached her to talk.
Upon seeing them, Reeka's cries intensified and it had to take Kennedy Osei who is said to have been very close to Wiafe console her.
Kennedy approached and stood in front of Reeka who rested her head on him for some time while still sobbing.
Earlier, Kennedy Osei, the General Manager of Despite Media, had broken down in tears over the passing of the Neat FM presenter.
Following the news, Kennedy has also taken to his official Instagram handle to mourn the death of his employee.
Madam Yaa Botwe seems to have a lot to say about the novel "KWABENA-19" | #Yencomgh:
Have national and human interest issues to discuss? Know someone who is extremely talented and needs recognition?
Your stories and photos are always welcome. Get interactive via our Facebook page