Zylofon Media’s Willi Roi dead

Willi Rio
The Head of Zylfon Arts Club and legendary record producer, Willi Roi has passed away.

Willi Roi, who played a vital role in establishing Zylofon Arts Club, was found dead in his apartment at Royal Richester Hotel at East Legon, Accra on Sunday, February 10, 2019.

Information gathered indicates that Willi Roi recently moved into the new apartment from his Tema home to help him reduce the stress after his night gigs in Accra.

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Reports say security officers broke into his room and found his lifeless body after he failed to step out the whole day. His body was taken to the Police Hospital Sunday evening.

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Willi Roi was a showbiz critic and Zylfon FM panellist who was banned from participating in the station’s “Showbiz Agenda” show following an outburst. He was later reinstated.

Willi Rio

He has also been a constant critic of afro-dancehall musician Stonebwoy since he was signed onto Zylfon Music record label.

With over 40 years of experience in the show business industry, Willi Roi has worked with African music giants and legends including Fela, Sunny Ade, Sunny Okussuns and Daddy Lumba.

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He writes and sings as well, and has recently groomed talents on the Zylofon Arts Club.


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