Funeral Rites Late Christopher Opoku to be laid to rest July 15

Christopher Opoku has reportedly died in London after a long battle with cancer on May 10

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The family of the late sports journalist Christopher Opoku who died on Wednesday, May 10, has scheduled his funeral and burial for July 15, 2017.

The family made this known May 20, at an event on at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology to commemorate a week of his demise in the Ashanti region.

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The event was attended by several dignitaries who paid glowing tribute to the deceased.

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Christopher Opoku reportedly died in London after a long battle with cancer on May 10.

Opoku, who was once a GHALCA administrative manager, had been battling cancer and had been off the TV screens due to his sickness.

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He had a long experience in both radio and television as morning show host and was best known for his quality sports presentation.

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