Mother of the journalist who died in the gas explosion cannot stop weeping

Mother of the journalist who died in the gas explosion cannot stop weeping

- The journalist met his untimely death covering the Atomic junction gas explosion

- Reports says he rolled over from the Atomic junction flyover while capturing the disaster

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The mother of the Net 2 television journalist who lost his life in the atomic gas explosion at Saturday night is wailing over the death of her son.

Mother of the journalist who died in the gas explosion cannot stop weeping

Madam Sackeyin tears

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According to reports, Mohammed Ashiley Yakubu met his untimely death in line of duty while covering the deadly explosion at Madina-Atomic junction.

Reports say the cameraman who also doubles as a member of the Presidential Press Corps rolled over from the Atomic junction flyover in his attempt to capture the tragedy.

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Earlier today, President Akufo-Addo paid a visit to the mother of the journalist, Mary Sackey to offer his condolences to the bereaved family.

Mother of the journalist who died in the gas explosion cannot stop weeping

President Akufo-Addo consoling Madam Sackey

The President in his words of encouragement offered to personally cover all expenses of the deceased journalist’s funeral.

In line with Islamic customs and tradition, the late Yakubu will be laid to rest tomorrow.

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Mother of the journalist who died in the gas explosion cannot stop weeping

The late Mohammed Ashiley Yakubu

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