The world falls silent any time a loved one dies. In this piece YEN.com.gh holding a moment of silence to remember seven prominent Ghanaians who have died in 2016.
Death, they say is inevitable but the death of these prominent Ghanaians affected not only their families but their followers too.
With barely three months to end the year, some top and prominent Ghanaian celebrities died.
In the sporting fraternity, Ghana lost two seasoned ex-footballers and football administrators - Ben Koufie and Fred Osam-Duodu.
Ghana Also lost some to musicians in the year; Danny Nettey and Daasebre Gyamerah. From the movie and theatre industry, we lost George Williams, Bob koala and Nkomode.
Bishop Bob Okala
Ace comedian Samuel Kwadwo Buabeng who is popularly known as Bishop Bob Okala died in March 2016 at the Eastern Regional Hospital.
The one-time best “Key Soap Concert Party” comedian was performing at an event on Saturday (12th March 2016) organised by Joy Industries where he collapsed.
Comedian Yaw Donkor popularly known as Nkomode passed away on February 5, 2016 after battling kidney, liver problems and bladder failure due to excessive drinking.
The comedian who is well known for his major role on popular TV comedy programme, "Key Soap Concert Party", died at a hospital where he was admitted after kidney and liver problems.
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