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So sad: Trevor Noah Mourns his gogo

International comedian and South African-born Trevor Noah recently shared the sad news of his gogo’s passing away. The US-based comedian shared how his Gogo, Frances Noah was the oldest remaining member of the Noah clan. Gogo Frances Noah was 95 at the time of her death.

Sharing the memories of his gogo, Trevor Noah had this to say : “‘My grandmother was born in 1927 and even though she was 95 years old, she still had the best memory of us all. Every moment spent with her felt like a magical journey through time where she would recount all of the family’s greatest joys, losses, achievements and milestones.’

Frances Noah

Her house was also known as "a place where people of the community would gather to pray together every single week, a place where everyone was guaranteed to feel the love flowing from her strong chest." [Citation needed]

After that, Noah extended his gratitude to the audience "for the condolences and the blessings" that they had sent in her memory.

The best "movie" I've ever seen has left me in tears all week, and I've been celebrating it. A story that started with the first breath I ever took and finished with the final breath she took,' he said, his tone becoming increasingly passionate.

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"A woman who illuminated for me the purest meaning of unconditional love," she said. She passed away gently in her sleep, and she even graced us with one final Mother's Day, which she thoroughly cherished.'

He concluded by saying "Hamba Kahle Gogo," which translates to "Goodbye Gogo," and appending a red heart emoji to the end of the message.

Trevor Noah has never hidden the affection he has for his grandmother, Gogo. Throughout his entire life, Frances Noah was always there. He was undoubtedly shaken up by her passing.

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