3 years after his death, Komla Dumor still inspires many Ghanaians

3 years after his death, Komla Dumor still inspires many Ghanaians

Exactly three years ago today, Ghanaian born UK based broadcaster and journalist with the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), Komla Dumor was listed among the top 100 most influential personalities in Africa by the New Africa times.

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3 years after his death, Komla Dumor still inspires many Ghanaians

3 years after his death, Komla Dumor still inspires many Ghanaians

Komla Dumor was listed among the top 100 most influential personalities in Africa by the New Africa times.

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Dumor died on 18 January 2014 in his London home after a cardiac arrest, having been on air the day before.

Former President of Ghana John Mahama said in a message on Twitter that Dumor was one of Ghana’s “finest ambassadors” and “was a broadcaster of exceptional quality and Ghana’s gift to the world.”

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On 3 February 2014 Komla Dumor’s body was flown back to Ghana, where it was received at Kotoka International Airport by a group of family members, friends, government officials, sympathizers and members of the Aflao traditional council, who also performed some traditional rites, since Aflao was his hometown.

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In life and even in death, Dumor was an inspiration to many, a clear example that there is no such thing as overnight success, but success was a sure thing with hard work and perseverance.

Source: Yen.com.gh

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