A delegation from Agricultural Development Bank PLC (ADB) paid a solemn courtesy call on Monday to the management and staff of Kencity Media Ltd. as the Madina-based media house mourns the sad transition of its former Director of Radio, Mr. Martin Kwabena Kwakye, popularly known as Wofa KK.

Fifty-four (54)-year-old Wofa KK died on Wednesday, Feb 14, at the University of Ghana Medical Centre after a short illness.

The delegation, which was led by Mr. Charles Amankwaah, the Area Head of Accra, also signed the Book of Condolence opened for the late Wofa KK.

In his remarks, Mr. Charles Amankwaah disclosed that the sad news of his passing came as a shock to all.

He said Wofa KK was a friend and a brother ever since ADB became a tenant in the Kencity Building.

He consoled Kencity Media and the family for the loss and pledged to be present during the one-week commemoration.

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