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Watch How People From The Late Sir John’s Hometown Gather Infront Of His House To Mourn Him

Sir John’s Death:

The sudden demise of the once NPP General secretary, Sir John came as a big blow and a shock to many especially his family and the NPP.

The late Sir John was one of the strong NPP members who helped and played key roles in the party’s victory at the 2016 general election which brought them to power.

His humor and creating of terms such as ‘Fear delegates’ made him the peoples man because he could light up a room with this characteristic anytime and anyday.

This is not the only characteristic that made the people love him, but also his heart of gold which always made him do good especially in his hometown.

After news broke about his demise, the people of his hometown did take  it easy at all and finding it hard to accept this sad news.

According to a video posted by blogger Sammy Kay, the residents in his hometown gathered around his house there to wail and cry as they mourned their hero.

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A voice behind the camera was heard giving good testimonies about the late Sir John and how he used to help people in the community, adding that they couldn’t sleep because of this terrible news.

video below;

 

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People in Sir John’s home town in tears and can’t sleep hearing the death of their hero #sammykaymedia

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The Hatman

Zack Agon popularly known as The Hatman, is a song writer, blogger, teacher and a business man. Zack is the CEO of Wordswar Technology & Investment, and the owner of Ghanalegendary.com and has passion for blogging just about every interesting topic. Get in touch the number one Ghanaian promoter on +233244047835 or +233246187160

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