“Whoever is careless with the truth in small matters cannot be trusted with important matters” ― Albert Einstein I arrived in the UK last week with two of Komla’s buddies Mr. Charles Zwennes and Mr. Charles Mensah and awaited the arrival of Komla’s younger Brother Dr. Korshie Dumor to give support and to help Kwansema…
Funeral ceremonies for BBC TV presenter Komla Dumor, who died last month in London at the age of 41, are taking place in his home country of Ghana. Komla Dumor was a well-known radio personality in Ghana before he moved to the BBC seven years ago. Mike Wooldridge reports.
Ghana Journalists Association, GJA will on Tuesday, 18th February, 2014, hold a Night of Tributes and Prayers for two of its colleagues, the late Komla Dumor of a BBC & Joy FM fame and Samuel Hesse, a reporter of Metro TV who passed away on, January 18th, 2014.
The final funeral rites of Komla Afeke Dumor, BBC senior broadcast journalist and former presenter of Joy FM’s Super Morning Show will be held from Friday, February 21 to Sunday, February 23, 2014. A solemn Catholic Requiem Mass for the repose of his soul shall be held on the morning of Friday, February 21, 2014…
The family of Komla Dumor Announced the funeral arrangements for Komla. The family of Komla Afeke Dumor, BBC senior broadcast journalist and former presenter of Joy FM’s Super Morning Show has decided that his final funeral services will be held from the 21st to the 23rd of February 2014.
Taken this morning; this was an unplanned moment, which The Prince of Wales made time for in an already overrunning schedule. We’d made sure the book and photograph remained present in NBH reception during the visit of Their Royal Highnesses, should signing it feel appropriate… which it clearly did.
The question is: Do we as a nation just want to honour departed citizens as a send-off into eternity or as way of inspiring the next generation for national development?