Fadda Dickson, Ken Osei, others join Abeiku Santana to mourn his father (Video)

Fadda Dickson, Ken Osei, others join Abeiku Santana to mourn his father (Video)

Kennedy Osei, the general manager of the Despite Media Group, Fadda Dickson, the Group's managing director, and other workers have joined Okay FM presenter Abeiku Santana at his late father's ongoing funeral ceremony.

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YEN.com.gh earlier reported that the final funeral rites of James Benjamin Aggrey, the late father of ace broadcaster Abeiku Santana is underway today, December 12 in Koforidua in the Eastern Region.

The general manager of the Despite Media Group, Kennedy Osei, the Group's MD, Fadda Dickson, Roger Quartey, and other employees joined Abeiku Santana at his dad's final funeral service to pay their last homage and condolences.

James Aggrey died on April 20, 2020, at the Koforidua Government Hospital after battling ill health. He was laid to rest on May 23 in a private ceremony due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Fadda Dickson, Ken Osei, other workers join Abeiku Santana to mourn his father (Video)
Fadda Dickson, Ken Osei, other workers arrive at Abeiku Santana's late father's final funeral service. Photo: @kennedyosei, @FaddaDickson, @RogerQuartey
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His final funeral ceremony is being held today for his family and loved ones to pay their final tributes to him.

Watch the video of Fadda Dickson, Kennedy Osei, and other staff of the Despite Media Group arriving at the ongoing funeral service.

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