Sierra Leoneans in the entertainment industry mourned the sudden death of popular videographer, producer, editor and entertainment personality; Idriss Kpange.
The popular videographer lost his life on Tuesday 15th February, 2022 after long illness. His death sparked positive reactions from entertainers in the entertainment industry.
The CEO of Slim Nation; Markmuday reacted that he saw the deceased by the gate of Mamz Beach Beach Bar at Aberdeen during it launching on 14th February, 2022.
“Wow wow wow
R see dis man Na gate yday Na mamz beach Bar or Na ghost Idriss Kpange
Rest well Big Broda ”
Afropop singer based in the United States; Tazzy B also sent a emotional message:
“Oh Lord have mercy… just reading a timeline and saw that a true friend. A man that used to work with me as a child in media has passed away. Rest well soldier Idriss Kpange” Tazzy B stated,
The CEO of Lake Production; Amb. Alhaji K. Tarawally popularly known as Laj-K sent a touching condolence to the deceased and family.
Depression is real in Sierra Leone
The society can’t allow us to say our pain
The Sad Reality of our World
He needed help but we failed him as everyone was too busy focusing on their lives. Many didn’t even make time to chat with him or reach out to him but rather criticized him for many things without understanding his struggles. Today we all have time to post him with RIP tag.
Big brother Idriss Kpange influenced a new generation of media thinking and showed the pathway for multimedia growth in Sierra Leone. Sad World.
Rest In Peace Popay”. Laj-K reacted.
Cool J, Fantacee Wiz, Vickie Remoe, Sarah Kallay and many others reacted on the death of videographer.
Idriss Kpange is the Co-founder of Opin Yu Yi and CEO & Founder of Concept Multimedia. He worked for ABC TV Africa as Video Journalist and editor. In the entertainment industry, the filmmaker has worked with Xzu-B on ‘Kingtom to Brookland’, DX3 on ‘Small Borbor’ and other top Sierra Leonean acts. He has also released documentary videos on war, Ebola and coronavirus. His death came as a surprise to many Sierra Leoneans.