Let the memory of Komla be with us forever
  • 41 years old
  • Born on October 3, 1972 in Accra, Ghana.
  • Passed away on January 18, 2014 in London, United Kingdom.

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Komla Dumor, 41, born on October 3, 1972 and passed away on January 18, 2014. We will remember him forever.

Broadcast Journalist with the BBC World Service Radio/ BBC World Television and presenter of BBC Africa Business Report.
lived in Ghana,US,Nigeria and currently residing in the UK...
educated at the University of Ghana--BA Sociology/Psychology and Harvard University MPA-John F Kennedy School of Government
studied Medicine at the University of Jos in Nigeria.
Posted by Doris Bramson on 3rd October 2018
It has been years when death layed his icy hands on you. May you continue to rest with your maker Komla hede nyuie
Posted by Doris Bramson on 23rd January 2014
Komla u shall forever be in our hearts we love u but God does most and wherever u will be now just know that we as African and blacks are really proud of u may ur dear soul rest in perfect peace till we meet again komla komla hede nyuie
Posted by Eyram Quarshie on 22nd January 2014
I am still hoping to wake up tomorrow morning and behold the news that "the month of April came in early"......"it's a hoax".... it was just an April fools day and that EFO KOMLA AFEKE DUMOR is on BBC with that warm, infectious smiles !!!!! Can't believe preparations are underway to bring your mortal remains..... Just can't believe tributes are being paid to your memory.......... I most definately do not want to wake up from this dream so i can keep the reality in check.....God please do something, I know there is nothing beyond you......God please do not grant him access into the other world please send him back if it is true to continue his work...... GOD he is toooo "YOUNG A GOOD PERFECT GENTLEMAN" to go now....God I am on my knees asking, begging, pleading and praying that you do this for me......Please GOD this cannot be true God PLEASE!!!!
Posted by Evans Morveh on 22nd January 2014
Norvi Kobla, You have faded away like a star of the morning which has lost its light in the glorious sun. You passed from the earth and its toiling but you shall surely be remembered for what you have done. Mielor wo ga ke mawu lor wo wu. Xede nyuie na dzudzor le nutifafa me.
Posted by Freeman Can-Tamakloe on 21st January 2014
For us, and the World, we say another foul wind has blown onto us again. Right from Kenya to London.Babaa Babaa Komla Babaa
Posted by Abigail Odonkor on 21st January 2014
Sometimes we are only given few minutes to be with the ones we love and the things we love doing the most. For us is too early but God knows best. KD you will always be in our hearts. God be with you till we meet again. KD we love you. R.I.P
Posted by Eli Deku on 20th January 2014
I’m deeply shocked at the sudden death of Komla Dumor. May God give you eternal rest and may your soul rest in peace! Komla Ghana love you and the good people of Volta say why now Fo Komle rest in peace.
Posted by Hulla Christian Hullaa on 20th January 2014
Death leaves a heartache No one can heal;But Love given by the person who is no more leaves a memory,No one can steal..Komla Dumor May God be with you till we all meet again
Posted by Priscilla Gbedemah on 20th January 2014
Afeke, you were such a unique gentleman and a journalist who worked tirelessly to help everyone understood issues you discussed on air. You made us got glued to Joy FM due to the immerse understanding of matters you brought into the public domain. You were unique, one in a zillion, a trait not only people who knew you in person attest to , but the many of us who had the opportunity to constantly listen to you all these years. You were the achiever whom many looked up to. Though you are gone, you will forever remain in our hearts. Rest In Peace Boss.
Posted by George Ofori on 20th January 2014
My brother , we shall forever miss you ,2 things that. I have learned from you is your humility and a warning for me to pay attention to my health and also to reduce my hours of work.
Posted by Mary Appiah-Kubi on 20th January 2014
A special friend i never meet, but i loved his as my big brother from another mother, KD may the Lord keep you till we meet again. R.I.P
Posted by Charity Akos on 20th January 2014
Dzudzor le nyuti fafa me - Amen
Posted by Yayra Quentin on 20th January 2014
Memory can tell us only what we were,In company with those we loved;It cannot help us find out what each of us,Alone, must now become.Yet, no person is really alone;Those who live no more still echo within our thoughts and words,And what they did has become woven into what we are..Man we will miss you in UK, I will not forget you 28 Dec 2013 viste,my friends ask is he from Ghana,wow what a man..l call you Efo Komla,May your God be with you RIPP.Komla Dumor
Posted by Yayra Quentin on 20th January 2014
Life is short. . . But eternity lasts forever! So Komla Dumor l know u will lasts forever.RIP
Posted by Nana Yaw Godwin Aggerh on 20th January 2014
The Boss Player R.I.P

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