The mortal remains of late BBC Ghanaian Journalist, Komla Dumor, has arrived home.
Aboard a British Airways flight, Dumor’s body touched down at a little past 8pm to a well organized ceremony that was for the entire duration, solemn.
Witnessed by hundreds of friends, family, colleagues, and sympathisers, his arrival finally laid to rest the very hard question of whether or not he was indeed gone.
Traditional chiefs some of whom had come from the Aflao Traditional area, where Dumor hailed from, began the process of bidding one of their beloved sons, farewell.
The event also saw in attendance several government officials, and Journalists.
Dumor’s wife, Kwansema, and kids, accompanied the body from London.
Full final funeral rites and burial will be announced in the coming days, the family has said.
His remains has since been sent to the Lashibi Funeral Home, enewsgh.com understands.
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