- Emotional scenes have flooded social media as Citi TV mourned Chris Afelete Tamakloe, the Keyboard Idol contestant who died in a car crash
- At the event, the contestants, as well as the staff of Citi TV, were filled with sadness as they paid tribute to the late talented star
- The management of Citi TV, led by Deputy Programs Manager, Ranstina Opare Saforo presented a posthumous award to the family of the deceased
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Citi TV staff and contestants of Keyboard Idol have paid a tribute to late Keyboard Idol contestant Chris Afelete Tamakloe to died in a car crash.
Citi TV’s Keyboard competition, Keyboard Idol, was back on the screens after a 3-week break following the death of one of the contestants of the show, Chris Afelete Tamakloe.
The resumption of the show, which was themed ‘Celebration of life’ saw an outpouring of tributes from the management of Citi TV, as well as judges and contestants of the show.
Check out some of the sad scenes from the event below:
The solemn mood of some of the contestants as they paid tribute to their colleague
Citi Breakfast Show‘s Kokui Hanson giving a tribute in honour of Chris
The management of Citi TV led by Deputy Programs Manager, Ranstina Opare Saforo presenting a posthumous award to the family of the deceased.
As YEN.com.gh previously reported, Chris Afelete Tamakloe, one of the young finalists of the Keyboard Idol reality show on Citi TV passed on from a car crash as reported by Citi FM on the morning of September 23, 2020.
He met his untimely death on Saturday, September 19, 2020, when a vehicle in which he and his father were travelling was involved in a road accident, at Asutsuare Junction
Out of the hundreds of entries that were received, the talented 14-year-old Chris was able to make to the top 10 remaining contestants of the competition before his untimely demise.
In another sad report, heavy rainfall hit several parts of the Greater Accra Region on the morning of Saturday, October 10, 2020.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Twitter handle of @ChuckAyitey, the motorists and drivers were seen risking their lives just trying to make their way through the heavy flood.
It is reported that the particular footage was taken around the Accra-Kasoa road that was fully submerged by the heavy rainfall.
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