- A broadcast journalist with Kingdom FM in Accra, Nana Ama Owusuaa, has been reported dead
- News of the death of Nana Ama who is popularly known as Owusua Kotoko came up Wednesday, October 7, 2020
- According to reports sighted by YEN.com.gh, Nana Ama died as a result of complications which arose from a surgery she had
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Kingdom FM newscaster, Nana Ama Owusuaa, has passed away, information YEN.com.gh has sighted on social media indicates.
According to the reports, Nana Ama who is popularly known as Owusuaa Kotoko passed away in the early hours of Wednesday, October 7, 2020.
MynewsGh.com reports that she broadcast journalist died from complications from surgery had just had.
The report sighted by YEN.com.gh indicated that Owusua Kotoko was operated on in private hospital at Adabraka in Accra.
The operation developed a complication leading the deceased to bleed to death.
News of Owusu Kotoko's death has been received with a lot of sadness by those who knew and followed her work.
Kennedy Mornah, a former colleague of Owusu Kotoko at Oman FM took to social media to eulogize her.
Sharing a photo of Owusu Kotoko, Mornah expressed his shock at her passing while describing her as kind and gentle. The journalist also prayed for her to be granted eternal rest.
“This World indeed is never our home. I’m still shocked and speechless after learning of your passing Nana Ama @Owusuaa Kotoko. May your kind, happy and gentle soul find rest in the bosom of the Lord Almighty until the last day of the resurrection when we shall meet again. RIP friend, already sorely missing you,” Mornah's eulogy read.
Following Mornah's post, some of his social media friends have also expressed their surprise at the news.
For those who may not know, Owusu Kotoko was a broadcast journalist with considerable experience as a newscaster.
Before joining Kingdom FM, she had worked for Kennedy Agyapong's Oman FM and Class FM, both in Accra.
The news of Owusuaa Kotoko's death comes just four months after another young broadcaster, Kwadwo Wiafe passed away.
Wiafe who worked as a drive time host for Despite Media's Neat FM died at the Nyaho Medical Centre on Thursday, June 4, 2020, after a short illness.
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