The tomb of the late ace broadcaster, Komla Dumor has been unveiled at his family house in Accra.
This was after a memorial service was held to mark his one year anniversary at the Holy Spirit Cathedral at Adabraka in Accra on Saturday.
The service was well attended by family, friends, well wishers and loved ones. Some Ministers of State, Members of Parliament, chiefs and colleague journalists were also present.
Komla died on Saturday, January 18 2014 in his London home at the age of 41. His body was later flown back to Accra on February 3, 2014 and was buried on Saturday, February 22.
He was survived by a wife, Kwansema Quansah and three children, Elinam Makafui, Emefa Araba and Elorm Efadzinam.
The late media icon was a former presenter at Joy FM and until his death, he presented the “Focus on Africa” programme on the BBC.
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