The truth is, no one can escape death. Even Jesus according to the narrative in the Christian sacred book better known as the Bible couldn’t escape the icy hand of death.
But how and when it’ll happen is the biggest challenge to every critical thinking man on this planet. Personally, I pray my demise won’t be preceded by bedridden and I believe no one wants to struggle and battle with sickness for long before losing his final breath.
Anyways, 2020 though not over but has come came with the demise of great celebrities of our time and I take you through that painful list. Let’s take a ride from below:
- Kobe Bryant
Kobe Bean Bryant, popularly known in the world of sports as Kobe Bryant was a popular American basketball player, who put on the wooden overcoat alongside his 13-year-old daughter, Gigi Bryant in a ghastly plane crash with other friends of his.
Kobe’s demise came to many sportspeople as a shock because Kobe was the peak of his career as he kicked the bucket and his generous gesture remain one unquestionable one.
- Kofi B
Top-notch Ghanaian high-life music sensation, Kofi Boakye Yiadom who is popularly known for his stage name Kofi B met his untimely death as his demise came to many music enthusiasts and the Ghanaian populace in general as a big shock.
Kofi B suffered a minor cardiac arrest whilst performing on stage and the man who was in a way entertaining his fans one night was unfortunately in the news the few hours following the announcement of his demise.
The ‘Mmobrowa’ hitmaker, Kofi B died on February 2, 2020.
- Prophet Seth Frimpong
Ghanaian gospel music will forever remember this great music personality and the archives of the gospel music genre remain incomplete without his name.
Prophet Seth Frimpong is one notable gospel music veterans that we can always be proud of as he came into the music limelight with his dancing appeal.
Prophet Seth Frimpong’s peg out to many Ghanaians as a surprise since he was reported to have fully recovered and started hitting the studios with renditions and hit tunes.
The ‘Mehuri so’ crooner shuffles off this mortal coil on 24th April 2020.
- Bishop Bernard Nyarko
Kumawood’s sweetheart, Bishop Bernard Nyarko months after announcing his exit from the industry scene was out of the jaws of death on May 2, 2020.
Bishop as affectionately called was featured in many remarkable movies in both Kumawood and Ghallywood movies that can’t make him just be forgotten.
Bernard Nyarko was said to have been battling acute renal cancer and was not enough for the angels to save him amid his graveyard shift.
- Nana Tuffour
One of Ghanaian Highlife’s legends, Nana Tuffour died in the early hours of Monday, June 15, at his home. He was 66.
Nana Tuffour, born James Nana Tuffour on February 14, 1954, was one of the musicians who helped to popularise Highlife in Ghana.
May their souls rest in perfect peace!