Tutu, one of South Africa’s most outspoken opponents of apartheid, died at the age of 90.
Saraki responded by joining millions of South Africans and others all over the world in celebrating Tutu’s great impact on the world in a tweet on Sunday.
He described the late Archbishop as a serene and strong leader who never shied away from telling it how it was.
He tweeted: “Calm, yet courageous, Archbishop Desmond Tutu was a faith-based leader who always spoke truth to power. In his homeland, South Africa, he stood at the forefront of the liberation struggle. Across the continent and the world, he lent his voice to human rights issues — helping to make the world a better place.
“Today, as we join our South African brothers and sisters to mourn Archbishop Tutu’s passing, we also join them and millions across the globe to celebrate the positive impact that he made on our world. We will all miss him.”
Meanwhile, Pappy Kojo has caused a stir at the ‘Made In Taadi’ Concert after he stormed the stage with his new look.
After appearing on stage with a fresh look at Kofi Kinaata’s ‘Made In Taadi’ event on Friday, December 24, Pappy Kojo has become one of the sensations on social media due to his appearance.
Pappy Kojo has not been heard in a while after he dropped his album, Logog II that featured artists like Phyno, R2bees, and Kizz Daniel.
Fans were taken off guard to see him with a mustache, as people had grown used to seeing him without his mustache since he got into the limelight. The fans went crazy when he took to the stage to perform.
Pappy Kojo is no newcomer to the Made In Taadi’ Concert since he is a Takoradi boy and has represented in all the previous shows hosted in Takoradi.