Tramol: Man who Featured in Nana Aba Anamoah’s Tramol Campaign dies

Tramol: Man who Featured in Nana Aba Anamoah’s Tramol Campaign dies

- Nana Aba Anamoah has been left heartbroken following the death of one Frederick Gyimah

- He was one of the many people who featured in Anamoah and GHOne TV’s Tramadol campaign in 2019

- The sad development has left many Ghanaians commenting

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The acting managing director of GHOne TV, Nana Aba Anamoah, has reacted sadly to the death of one of his friends in the 'End Tramadol Campaign.'

Frederick Gyimah, according to a post seen by YEN.com.gh on Nana Aba’s Twitter page, died on Monday, March 22, 2021, at age 35.

Anamoah used a teary-eye emoji to describe how she was feeling about the sad incident.

Tramol: Man who Featured in Nana Aba Anamoah’s Tramol Campaign dies
A collage of Nana Aba and Frederick Gyimah's obituary. Photo credit: @nanaabaanamoah/Twitter
Source: Twitter

The post has triggered massive responses from Ghanaians.

Qwodjo, for instance, wondered if Nana Aba and her crew had followed up on Frederick after the show:

Kwasi was sad about the death as he described Frederick as his former schoolmate who was very smart:

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Isaac had a similar thing to say about the deceased:

Richmond also said Frederick was a smart man:

Badass mentioned Frederick's nickname:

It would be remembered how Nana Aba and her crew embarked on a nationwide campaign to create awareness on the effects of tramadol abuse.

It was discovered that a lot of people, both young and old, were all abusing tramadol, as well as other drugs, for various reasons.

More alarming was the discovery that teenagers were also caught up in the abuse.

YEN.com.gh is following up on this sad development and we will update our cherished readers when new information about Gyimah's death is disclosed.

Meanwhile, in other news, the Ghana Education Service (GES), has backtracked on its earlier directive to Achimota School to admit two Rastafarian students.

The GES had instructed the school to admit the Rasta students after they were denied admission because of their hair.

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In a new revelation by Blakk Rasta, after a crunch meeting with the headmistress of Achimota School, they were briefed that the GES has changed its mind on the issue.

The parents of the boys have expressed disappointment in the Achimota School, and the GES, and are preparing to go to court.

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