Some Ghanaian entertainment personalities have been eulogising veteran comedian Bishop Bob Okala who passed away on Sunday.
The popular Ghanaian comedian, born Samuel KwadwoBuabeng passed away at the Koforidua Hospital Sunday dawn after he collapsed on stage during a carnival at the Koforidua Jackson park sponsored by Joy Herbal Industries.
Read some of the reactions below:
Award-winning actress, Women’s Rights Activist, TV and Radio Personality, Akumaa Mama Zimbi tweeted: “Oh gosh, I just heard news from Ghana that the great Comedian Bishop Bob Okala is dead. May he rest in peace.”
Pope Skinny also wrote: “RIP Bishop Bob Okala. It’s sad to see you a minute before your death. When I was coming down from the stage he was getting ready to go on stage. Soo sad Okala. Soo sad. May God give you a resting place. Amen.”
Okyeame Kwame said: You were a true entertainer of your time. #RIP Bob Okala. You’ll forever live in the craft of Gh Comedy”
Obrafour said “Bishop Bob Okala. May your soul rest in Peace! You entertained us!”
Actor John Dumelo also tweeted: RIP Bob Okala…you will be dearly missed. #lifeisshort
Rapper Guru also said: “Thanks for putting smiles on our faces Late Bishop Bob Okala”
“Oh Bob Okala. I never met you but I enjoyed many of your concert parties. You will be remembered. R.I.P,” Van Vicker tweeted.
AbeikuSanatana also said: “My God grant you a safe journey my Uncle. Bob!” and Sarkodie said: “RIP Bob Okala”.