Samuel Mensah: CEO of great Ghanaian bakery in Europe dies of COVID-19

Samuel Mensah: CEO of great Ghanaian bakery in Europe dies of COVID-19

- The CEO of the largest Ghanaian-owned bakery in Europe, Samuel Mensah, has died of COVID-19

- Samuel was only 37 and had been scheduled for an interview on COVID-19 hours to his passing

- Everyone is encouraged to take the COVID-19 prevention protocols really seriously henceforth

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37-year-old Ghanaian CEO called Samuel Mensah who was based in the United Kingdom has died of the novel coronavirus after a scheduled interview on the virus.

According to Good Evening Ghana's verified Facebook handle who confirmed the news of Samuel's passing, the deceased was billed to be interviewed on Metro TV’s on Thursday, January 28, 2021, at 9 pm.

Sadly, Paul Adom-Otchere later announced that Sam himself has passed on as a result of the coronavirus which he contracted earlier.

Ghanaian icon scheduled to speak on COVID-19 on TV dies of the virus hours to interview

Ghanaian icon scheduled to speak on COVID-19 on TV dies of the virus hours to interview Credit: Good Evening Ghana
Source: Facebook

Samuel Mensah was the second generation CEO of Uncle John Bakery in the United Kingdom, which is the largest Ghanaian-owned bakery in the whole of Europe.

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Paul Adom-Otchere used to occasion to encourage all and sundry to take the COVID-19 protocols really seriously as the virus appears to be really deadly to both the young and old.

"Covid 19 is really wreaking havoc, now taking one of the youngest lives away. This guy gave us a great interview during our London files, now he has succumbed to Covid. He was based in London, he came for holidays, now he is dead," the report said.

In other news, Queen Elizabeth II has eulogized the late former president of Ghana, Ft Lt Jerry John Rawlings as part of his burial ceremony that took place on January 27, 2021, at the Black Stars Square.

In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Instagram handle of Factsandtruths_official, Her Royal Majesty indicated that the late former president made an invaluable contribution to Ghana's democracy.

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The queen also mentioned that she vividly recalls her visit to Ghana in 1999 and how relational Jerry John Rawlings was at several iconic meetings.

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