Davido, Ice Prince, Juliet Ibrahim and Nadia Buari are among celebrities who have taken to social media to pay tribute to Jerry Rawlings, ex-Ghanaian president, who died at 73.


TheCable had earlier in the day reported how the former president breathed his last after suffering complications from COVID-19.

His death had come barely two weeks after he buried Victoria Agbotui, his mother.

Since news of his demise broke, tributes have been pouring from friends and well-wishers including celebrities.


Joining the fray, Davido, whose real name is David Adeleke, took to his Twitter page to mourn the late president with a terse post which reads: “RIP Jerry Rawlings.”

In the same vein, Ice Prince, born Panshak Zamani, mourned Rawlings whom he described as an “African hero”.

“An African hero Jerry Rawlings,” he also wrote on the microblogging platform.

Similarly, Juliet Ibrahim, a Ghanaian actress, expressed sadness over Rawlings’ demise, while sending her condolences to the deceased’s family.


“Rest in peace Jerry Rawlings #SadDay. My condolences to the Rawlings family,” she wrote on her Instagram page.

On her part, Nadia Buari, another Ghanaian actress, said Rawlings would be missed, adding that words “can’t fill the vacuum” he left behind.

“Damn… Words can not express the vacuum you’ve left. Rest in eternal glory sir,” Buari also wrote on Instagram.

Sarkodie, a Ghanaian rapper, wrote: “A big Loss … Rest well Papa” while John Dumelo, a Ghanaian actor’ also captioned his post with: “Rest in perfect peace HE Jerry John Rawlings.”


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