Comedian Waris Mourns The Loss Of His Mother

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Chris Osei
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Ghanaian comedian Abdul Waris Umaru, popularly known as Comedian Waris, has taken to his social media platforms to share the heartbreaking news of his mother’s passing.

With a heavy heart, he broke the news to his followers, expressing his profound grief and sense of loss.

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In his post, Comedian Waris wrote, “I’m broken … I’m lost … my first fan, my first motivation is gone!!!”

Accompanying his words was a somber image depicting a dark ground with a solitary bird flying away, symbolizing the departure of his beloved mother and the sorrow that enveloped him.

Adding to the emotional tribute, Comedian Waris later shared a beautiful image of his mother and himself while he was adorned in traditional Ghanaian attire, looking upon him with pride and love.

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The news of his mother’s passing comes as a profound shock to his fans and followers, who have come to know Comedian Waris not only for his comedic talent but also for his genuine warmth and affection for his family.

In response to Comedian Waris’s heartbreaking news, an outpouring of love, support, and condolences has flooded social media, with fans and fellow celebrities offering their sympathies and words of comfort during this trying time.

This devastating loss comes just weeks after he celebrated the launch of his restaurant, the Food Streak, in the city of Accra.

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