Dr Korshie Dumor, brother of Komla Dumor has said the late BBC Broadcaster’s widow and children are doing well considering his painful demise a year ago.
Dumor, who has been described by many as a man of great integrity, died on January 18, 2014 after suffering a cardiac arrest in his London home.
Speaking in an interview with Bola Ray on Starr Chart Wednesday, Dr Dumor said although it has been difficult for the family, since the ace broadcaster died, the family has been finding solace in each other.
“We draw closer together and we support one another… They’re holding up.”
“Those well-wishers who are concerned about them, should be rest assured that as best as could be done in these very difficult circumstances, they are holding together – mother and children”.
Komla is survived by his wife Kwansema along with their daughters – Elinam Makafui, Emefa Araba and their son, Elorm Efadzinam.