I TRIBUTE BABOO

Thomas nana Amanfi Simmons

Meet my brother in 1978 my first trip to Ghana I sat at the back of STC reading ROOTS on arrival didn’t have idea where my family house is in cape coast and he came to my rescue took care of me until he reunited me with my family I meet his then girlfriend,on my return to the U.K. he came shortly on his onward journey to Texas university we spent a fantastic six weeks in London I bet him if he can eat two BigMac I bet him fifty pounds the company just came early 70s he lost we all always have a great laugh when we meet took him to his first CHELSEA game he was proud BLUE I miss him so much fabulous brother and a man life will never be the same for me on opening my restaurant in Accra he was so happy for me always wanting to help Miss you more the words can explain
RIP MY BETTER HALF 🙏🏾
Thomas Nana Amanfi Simmons

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Dorothy Danso

Tribute to my uncle and best friend kwesi sainti Baffoe – BonnieThe world was a little less beautiful on the 1st of February 2021. My

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Ahmed Kabore

You are a natural leader whose ability to inspire and motivate is unmatched. You will be missed. May Almighty Allah bless you and give u eternal life till we meet again rest well Baboo.

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Brenda Osei Bonsu

To Bobby as I fondly called you and you called me. You were just a breathe of fresh air wherever you entered. Your vibrant charming

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Peterkin Kyei-Mensah

Anytime I come across these words: Selflessness, humility, patience and generosity Baboo will come to mind; because you were a true reflection of such words.

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Christopher Andoh

To my great uncle, much love to you. You will be missed. I remember our last conversations just like it was yesterday. You achieved so

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Harold Carboo

Say not in grief ‘he is no more but in thankfulness that he was. Kwesi my bro, fair thee well. Forever be at peace

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