- Dr Franklin Yayra Adorsu-Djantuh has reportedly passed away
- He was a former research fellow at the Faculty of Humanities at The University of Manchester in the United Kingdom (UK)
- Dr Adorsu-Djantuh was also the founder of non-governmental organisations, Icon of Hope International and Reading Ghanaians
- A photo he took with his mum has been shared along with the news of his demise
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Dr Franklin Yayra Adorsu-Djantuh, a former research fellow at the Faculty of Humanities at The University of Manchester, UK, has reportedly passed away.
He worked as a Research Fellow in the Faculty of Humanities at The University of Manchester in the United Kingdom from January to December 2019.
Though the cause of his demise is yet to be known, it has been confirmed by multiple sources.
Dr Adorsu-Djantuh was the founder of non-governmental organisations, Icon of Hope International and Reading Ghanaians.
He earned his master's degree in Public Administration in Ghana and bagged his PhD from The University of Manchester in the UK.
Dr Adorsu-Djantuh's unexpected demise has left many utterly devastated, including his friends in the media.
Reacting to the news of his death in a post on Facebook, former Daily Graphic journalist, Mabel Aku Banesseh wrote: ''Dr Franklin Yayra Adorsu-Djentuh and I used to troll each other here because he supports [Manchester United FC]. He doesn’t miss wishing me well on special occasions via WhatsApp. He had the vision to attain a PhD before a certain age and he achieved it.''
I'm hearing death has laid its icy hands on him. I pray it turns out to be a bad dream, she said.
However, many close associates and friends of Dr Adorsu-Djantuh have also taken to social media to confirm and mourn his sudden death.
Read the posts below.
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The managing director of the Despite Media Group has been spotted in one of his plush cars after taking time off his hectic working hours to relax.
Aside from being the managing director of the media power-house, Narh has been working non-stop with some of the presenters, including Nana Ama McBrown to produce quality contents for UTV's United Showbiz.
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