TRIBUTES FROM friends of Kevin Koromah have continued to pour in since the tragic announcement of his death yesterday.
The 14-year-old, Grays school student died yesterday morning after being found in his bed at Frobisher Gardens in Chafford Hundred.
Although his school made the announcement at a special assembly yesterday morning, many of his year 10 colleagues were out on work experience.
But word was passed round on social media outlets. To their credit, the students, although shocked, still went on and put a days work in.
A special feed on twitter has been set up called #ripkk where many friends have left tributes. Some have simply asked followers to respect Kevin and re-tweet.
Phillipsdarcy said: “Seeing many people upset today just shows how much you meant to them Kevin.”
MissJayVentura said: “You died the realist of the real believe me may your soul rest in paradise love you so much little bro I really do.”
Kevin was a noted footballer and had represented Thurrock Under-15’s. YT understands that a match in his memory may be organised.
He was also noted for his aspirations in business. even though he was only fourteen, he had set up twitter and linkedin sites and accounts.
On his twitter account, Kevin described himself as “Young Entrepreneur, Youth Footballer & Motivational Blogger.”