- Avid Accra Hearts of Oak supporter, Shamo Quaye, has passed away
- The popular Phobia fan reportedly died after being involved in a car accident
- Quaye was reportedly knocked down by a car and subsequently died on arrival at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital in Kumasi
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Popular Accra Hearts of Oak supporters' leader, Shamo Quaye, has passed away. He reportedly died on Wednesday evening, August 19, 2020.
The late Shomo Quaye was a regular guest on almost every Sports programme in Kumasi in the Ashanti Region.
While details about the cause of his demise remain unconfirmed, Quaye was reportedly knocked down by a vehicle with registration number AS 9346 - 11.
YEN.com.gh gathered that the incident happened while he was on his way to a 'DSTV' viewing center for the Champions League semi-final game between Bayern Munich and Olympique Lyon.
Quaye was rushed to the Accident and Emergency Unit of the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital, but he was pronounced dead on arrival.
Popular Ghanaian Sports journalist, Saddick Adams has taken to social media to confirm Quaye’s demise as he mourns his gruesome death.
In another story, YEN.com.gh previously reported that popular Ghanaian creative, Emmanuel Apraku of PenciledCelebrities a.k.a Ray Styles, has been compelled to put his life on hold after he was diagnosed with liver disease. The extremely talented young artist has been battling for his life and he needs urgent medical liver surgery.
Heartbreaking frames that have emerged of Apraku on social media show him in a frail state as his health continues to deteriorate due to his current ill health.
Kanyir Nyuur, a social media user, shared details along with disturbing snaps of Apraku to solicit for financial assistance for the emergency liver surgery.
In another story, Ghanaian broadcast journalist with Citi radio and TV, Umaru Sanda, has shared inspiring throwback visuals highlighting his humble beginnings in a post on social media.
Coming from an economically disadvantaged family, Sander had a difficult childhood. He struggled for most part of his education.
However, in spite of his early childhood financial limitations, he has managed to become one of Ghana’s thriving and reputable journalists.
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