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Presidential Spokesperson Ben Dotse Malor has revealed that the late BBC broadcaster Komla Dumor expressed concerns when he (Malor) was appointed by President John Mahama.

According to him, although Komla expressed support for his new appointment, he probed the dynamics of the new job at the Presidency.

?He probed and questioned me deeply when we discussed the call for me to serve as the Presidential Spokesperson and Head of Communications for President John Mahama.

?He was concerned about certain things and certain attitudes he knew so well.

?He wanted me to succeed and pledged his support and availability ?anytime? without me asking,? Dotse Malor wrote in a tribute to Komla.

Komla died on Saturday, January 18 2014 in his London home at the age of 41. His body was later flown back to Accra on February 3, 2014 and was buried on Saturday, February 22.

He was survived by a wife, Kwansema Quansah and three children, Elinam Makafui, Emefa Araba and Elorm Efadzinam.

Source: StarrFMonline

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