- Nigerian star Pete Edochie has reacted to the sad news of the passing pf JJ Rawlings
- The actor took to his official Instagram page to react to the news
- Former president Rawlings died yesterday, November 12, 2020, in Accra after reported;y contracting COVID-19
Multiple award-winning veteran Nigerian actor, Pete Edochie, has reacted with great sadness to the passing of former president Flt. Lt. Jerry John Rawlings.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Instagram page of the actor, he eulogized the former Ghanaian leader and prayed that he would rest in peace.
Pete Edochie is not the first non-Ghanaian celeb to commiserate with Ghana over the sudden passing of former president Rawlings as Nigerian singer Davido has also done same.
After sharing an iconic photo of himself and late former president Jerry John Rawlings, Pete Edochie captioned it:
"Rest in Peace & Power, my dear friend Jerry Rawlings. Your legacy is forever part of African history #Jerryrawlings #Peteedochie"
Many fans of the actor took to the comment section to also console with the family of late Jerry John Rawlings and the nation of Ghana as a whole.
peemeefoods came in with the comment: "May his soul rest in peace"
chinonyeremjude also wrote: "They look like brothers"
officialneche commented: "Rest In power"
hmensah491 wrote: "rest well daddy J"
nollyboxofficetv came in with the comment: "Kings. Rest in power Sir Jerry"
There were many such comments that prove that the death of former president Jerry John Rawlings has really hit a lot of Africans.
In a related development, YEN.com.gh reported that Ghanaian international boxer, Braimah Kamoko, famed as Bukom Banku, has been spotted in a video weeping bitterly over the death of Jerry John Rawlings.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, the titled boxer was seen weeping bitterly and wiping his tears with what looked like a bandana.
Bukom Banku was heard asking why the former president would depart the world so soon and wondered who was going to run the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the former leader's stead.
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