- Veteran Ghanaian broadcaster, Kafui Dey, has reportedly lost his elder brother, Edward Sena Dey
- Sena Dey reportedly died on 7 July
- Friends and colleagues of both Kafui Dey and the late Edward Sena Dey have shared touching tributes on social media
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The elder brother of veteran Ghanaian broadcaster, Kafui Dey, has reportedly died.
Edward Sena Dey, 50, reportedly died on 7 July. The cause of his death is yet to be known.
News of Sena's death rapidly gained traction on social media following his demise.
Family, friends, and colleagues have been left completely devastated and some have expressed their grief via social media.
Chief Editor of UN News at the United Nations, Ben Dotsei Malor, also took to Facebook to express shock at the news of Sena's demise.
''What a shock! Edward Sena Dey! Gone!? You always maintained that awesome smile and beamed it liberally to warm hearts and lives. Now you are gone. We can weep that you are gone or smile that you lived. I'll try to smile, just as you've always done. Rest well, bro. Peace to your soul,'' Ben Dotsei Malor wrote.
He further eulogised Sena with a touching tribute, saying:
"A beautiful life that came to an end. He died as he lived, everyone's friend. In our hearts and memory he will always be kept, of one we loved and will never forget."
Other friends and colleagues of Kafui Dey and his late brother have also shared consolatory messages along with heartbreaking photos on social media.
David Bondze-Mbir wrote:
''Edward Sena Dey, I never got the chance to appreciate your beautiful comments and heart on my Facebook platform. I never had the opportunity to tell you that I love the way you think. I love the way you teach. I love the way you communicate. I love the way you smile. I love the gentle spirit that you are. I am so sorry I never made time to say these words to you. I am so sorry you had to die before I remembered this. I am so sorry I never had the time to say THANK YOU!''
In another story, YEN.com.gh reported that heart-breaking photos of a bubbly Ghanaian lady, Nana Ama Lydia, who has been reported dead have evoked devastating tributes from her family and loved ones.
In a recent post shared by Kofi TV, Nana Ama was confirmed dead in June along with a heart-breaking message. While details of the cause of her demise was not shared along with the young vibrant lady’s photos, news of her demise has left her friends and family utterly shattered.
In some of the sad images that have been shared on social media, Nana Ama Lydia was pictured in photos with Disc Jockey and Hitz FM presenter, Andy Dosty, and some other colleagues.
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