Dumor, Gbeho & Allied Families, Accra
Since the sad passing of our beloved Komla Dumor, we have been overwhelmed by the outpouring of sympathy, support and prayers from Ghana, Africa and the rest of the world. We are greatly comforted by these expressions of love and remain grateful.
Komla’s body will be brought to Ghana as soon as the necessary formalities have been completed, both in the UK and in Ghana. Once the family takes a decision on when the body will arrive, arrangements associated with receiving the body will be duly communicated.
There is a website – www.komla-dumor.com – where information from the family will be available. Linked to the website is a Facebook page where tributes can be posted. A hotline has also been set up with the following phone number: +233 (0)303932383.
Books of condolence are also open at the following locations:
Once again, we are grateful to all for the support and prayers.
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