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NPP apparatchik in Denmark dies from Coronavirus

NPP apparatchik in Denmark Kwabena Manu

NPP apparatchik in Denmark dies from Coronavirus

The New Patriotic Party NPP apparatchik in Denmark has lost his life to the deadly coronavirus. According to DailyGuide newspaper, Kwabena Manu died on Sunday, March 15, 2020.

He is identified as one of the three Ghanaians who have been killed in Europe after contracting the coronavirus. He was one of the leaders of NPP apparatchik in Denmark.

The other two, according to Foreign Minister, Shirley Ayorkor Botchwey, passed on in Italy.

Mr. Manu reportedly suffered a brain hemorrhage in December 2019 and had been in and out of coma at an Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of a hospital in Denmark.

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However, as his condition stabilized, he got exposed to the infectious virus at his recovery ward.

With an already weakened immune system, Mr. Manu couldn’t survive the dreaded coronavirus.

Kwabena Manu
IMAGE INSERT: Photo of Kwabena Manu

Mr. Maanu was an influential music figure in Denmark during the 80s and early 90s.

He teamed up with Danish music moguls at the time to promote the annual Afro-Caribbean music festival in Denmark.

It was through him that big names like AfroMoses, Kojo Antwi and Youssou N’Dour first visited Europe before becoming stars.

His death has reportedly received a wide coverage in the Danish media.

“They refer to him as the man who brought African rhythm to Denmark,” says Kennedy Adjei, chairman of NPP-Demnark. “He’s indeed a legend here and we are saddened by his passing. May the good Lord accept his soul.”

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Written by Frank Amofa

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