- Osei Kwame Despite and Ernest Ofori Sarpong have arrived at the one-week observance for Kwadwo Wiafe
- Videos and photos have popped up showing the millionaires' arrival
- The videos and photos show it was not a moment of pomp and pageantry as the to are usually known for
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Business mogul Osei Kwame Despite and his brother, Ernest Ofori Sarpong, have attended the one-week observance of Kwadwo Wiafe at Tabora in Accra.
Kwadwo Wiafe, a presenter with Neat FM which is one of the many stations under Despite Media, passed on at Nyaho Medical Centre in Accra after a short illness.
Today, Friday, June 12, happens to be the one-week observance for Wiafe and YEN.com.gh has already shared first photos and video from the rites.
Later photos and videos from the one-week have shown Despite, owner of the media conglomerate, and Ofori Sarpong, the owner of Special Ice, joined others for the observation.
In one of the videos sighted by YEN.com.gh, Despite and Ofori Sarpong could be seen arriving in their identical Mercedes Benz G-Wagons.
After their arrival, they were led by Fadda Dickson and Kennedy Osei to greet Wiafe's family and others around.
After their arrival and greeting, the two millionaires got seated with a distance between them in line with social distancing protocols.
Whenever Despite and his brother step out, they get buzz around them with people showing excitement seeing but it was not the same upon this time.
From the photos and videos, it was obvious the people around were in a sad mood while Despite and Ofori Sarpong also looked very sad.
Meanwhile, Kennedy Osei, the general manager of Despite Media, has shared more unseen photos and videos of his former worker and friend, Kwadwo Wiafe.
The photos and video from Kennedy Osei show the former Neat FM presenter was a fun-loving and very happy person.
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