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‘Ghana must learn to celebrate its heroes’ – Sonnie Badu reacts to Junior Agogo death

‘Ghana must learn to celebrate its heroes’ – Sonnie Badu reacts to Junior Agogo death
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‘Ghana must learn to celebrate its heroes’ – Sonnie Badu reacts to Junior Agogo death

Ghanaian UK-based gospel musician and Pastor, Sonnie Badu has reacted to the death of former Ghanaian footballer, Junior Agogo.

Junior Agogo died on Thursday, August 22, 2019, in the United Kingdom, London. Since news of his death broke, majority of Ghanaian celebrities have mourned him on their various social media pages.

Sonnie Badu in a post wrote:

“My Brother You Are Trending. Ghana Is Talking About You. You Cried For Help And When Stroke Hit, You Wept On Tv And Said None Of Your Team Mates Or GFA Had Come To See You.
If Only They Had Shown You This Love When You Needed It Perhaps You Would Have Held On.
I Will Say This Again! Ghana Must Learn How To Celebrate Their Heros.
May God Bless Our Homeland!
Rest Well”.

 

Sad News: Junior Agogo reported dead

Tributes have flooded in from across the football world. Agogo, played 27 times for Ghana, scoring 12 goals.

 

 

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Jacqueline Johnson Quaye, known professionally as 'JQ', is a Ghanaian entertainment show host, journalist, and reporter.

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