Final funeral rites of Komla Dumor

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1.1669089A funeral service is scheduled to be held on Saturday, February 1, 2014 in London for the late Joy FM and BBC presenter, Komla Dumor.

The former Joy FM/BBC presenter died at his London home on Saturday January 18, 2014 of what has been reported to be a cardiac arrest.

He was survived by a wife – Kwansema- and three children.

The funeral service is scheduled to be held at St Martin-in-the-Fields near Trafalgar Square at 11:00am.

The service is expected to be attended by close friends of the celebrated broadcaster and his colleagues at the BBC.

Another – which is likely to be a state funeral – is expected to be held in Ghana after Saturday’s ceremony in London.

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