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Head of TV3 Political Desk has died

A broadcast journalist with TV3, Edward Kwabi Jnr, has died.

A close family source confirmed to theghanareport.com that he passed away on Monday night at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital.

He has been unwell since September last year.

A product of the Ghana Institute of Journalism, Mr Kwabi joined TV3 in 2009 and rose through the ranks to become the station’s Head of Political Desk.

Edward with some colleagues

He was a presidential correspondent during the Mahama administration and Secretary of the Presidential Press Corps.

He was part of the team of journalists who got involved in an accident near Tema while covering President Mahama in August 2015.

Edward had not been the same since. He spent several months in the hospital seeking treatment.

In his most recent return to work, Edward was made a producer at TV3 and was not allowed to do any rigorous reporting duties.

Some colleagues of Edward have taken to social media to react to the news of his demise.

Edward’s last Facebook post was on the one-year anniversary of the death of investigative journalist, Ahmed Hussein Suale, on January 16, 2020.

He left behind a wife, Mary Enyonam Kwabi, whom he has been married to since 2015. They have two daughters.

 

19 Comments
  1. Gabbie says

    please tell me it a lie…! I hope it it Paa Kwesi!😭… we grew up together in the same neighborhood, played football and video games together. He is too young, too young to die… I spoke to him just late last yr o. this is bad. o paaa Kwesi…
    my childhood friend.
    we’ve lost a Gem…😭😭😭😭

    1. Gabbie says

      *not

  2. Anonymous says

    This is unbelievableπŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”

  3. Clara says

    Hmmmm… hmmm….I’m shaking here….but…it is well…
    Oh God, please have mercy on us, preserve us and help us live a life of purpose…teach us to number our days and do the one thing that is needful of every man-Serving you the only True God.
    Father, comfort and console Mary and the entire family

  4. Seth-Donald says

    My secondary school mate and friend. Though I read business, he did general arts but we were close. We walked together especially while returning from school teasing the school’s “bone shaker” as “zone zaayzaa. It’s unfortunate you’re no more. May the good Lord give you rest Eddie.

  5. Chris Dziwornu says

    OMG ! I haven’t been close but I do remember he led us to complete a group assignment in GIJ. He personally took us to TV3, my first time and it was great. Young Lady take heart. May he RIP

  6. Franca fellih says

    Kwabi why why I have always known you to be a fighter .

  7. Emmanuel Atokple says

    Oh why now Paa
    Rest in the bosom of the lord

  8. Kwesi botwey says

    Rest in peace, bro

  9. NASH MEDIA says

    May his soul rest in peace

  10. Anonymous says

    RIP young man

  11. Emmanuel revelation says

    So sad. may his soul rest in peace

  12. Irene says

    Paa the first time I meet you at TV3 you’ve offered me help with some cp child and I was grateful, I was talking about you yesterday to the child’s mom only to find out today you are gone 😭😭RIP

  13. Anonymous says

    Sad news May God have mercy on her

  14. Anonymous says

    So he suffered and died as a result of the accident he had if am right? MAY HIS SOUL REST IN PEACE

  15. Anonymous says

    A great lost to TV3 and Ghana as a whole. Rest in Peace

  16. Anonymous says

    Rest in perfect peace. Kwabi 😰😰😰

  17. Anonymous says

    May he find place with the Lord Almighty

  18. Ekuorba-Gyasi says

    Ooooh so sad may God rest your soul bro

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