He died at the age of 38.
Freeman worked at Pulse Ghana for over 7 years and had interesting content on Ghana’s sports including 'Today in History', 'Setting the Records Straight', and in-depth match previews with statistics that were hard to come by.
He was on many radio shows and loved to debate on sports issues mostly football, a passion that was fuelled by his association with Unity Hall at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology as their former president - a true Continental.
The sports journalist will be buried together with his mother, Mary Dapaah, 65-years old.
From the team at Pulse Ghana, rest in peace Thomas Freeman Yeboah.