BBC World TV Broadcaster Komla Dumor, days before his death, confessed to a few friends that he suffered a lot of “jealousy driven vicious insults and backstabbing from petty people” at the BBC “without replying” any of them.
Komla died from a heart attack on Saturday at his home in London.
Shortly before his death, Komla lamented on social media about how he endured a lot of abuse from some colleagues at the BBC but pressed on without giving much thought to their insults.
Komla also said he remained focused and steadfast in his job despite being plagued by intermittent ailments, exhaustion and other health problems.
Below is the full unedited message that Komla Dumor wrote on social media barely a week before his passing