Another Radio Presenter Has Been Confirmed Dead

Death they say is unavoidable, therefore every living creature will surely get back to the grave no matter what.

A sad news reaching Ghanaians is that, a popular journalist who mastered in sports presenting has kicked the bucket on Sunday June, 28th 2020. The unexpected death of the former sports presenter has left many in tears in the Western Region Of Ghana.

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Reporting the news to one Daniel Koku who is also a sports presenter and the current head of sports on West End Radio in the Western Region Of Ghana, the late former sports presenter and head of sports for West End Radio, Sheriph Mohammed was knocked down to death by car early Sunday dawn around 3am.

The victim was rushed to the hospital right after the occurrence. Doctors and health workers at Eikwe Saint Martin de Pores Hospital in the Ellembelle District in the Western Region Of Ghana tried as much as they could but Sheriph was confirmed dead on Sunday. The driver involved in this incident that caused the sudden death of the Late Sheriph Mohammed is at the Police custody to assist in further investigations.

Sheriph Mohammed began his journalism career at Ankobra FM at Axim in the Western Region Of Ghana in the year 2007 as a sports commentator and presenter as well. He then moved to Tarkwa Nsuaem to work with one Pure FM in the Tarkwa Nsuaem

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He landed at West End Radio in the year 2013 to continue his journalism career. He doubled his work as a sports presenter and as head of sports for almost five (5) years. In 2018, he quit and left his journalism career to join BCM, a mining company till he met his untimely death.

Written by Opoku Asiedu

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