- Barbara says she still hears the voice of her husband directing her steps
- She says sometimes he tells her not to do certain things at home
The wife of the late Major Maxwell Mahama, Barbara Mahama has for the first time opened up in a live video interview on how she still feels her husband's presence at home.
According to her, she still hears the voice of her late husband, Maxwell Mahama directing her to put things in order at home.
Barbara who was speaking live on GhOne television in remembrance of her husband’s birthday revealed that, she couldn’t believe her eyes at the kind of wickedness that her late husband was subjected to when she first saw images of the body.
“I can still hear his voice directing me, Barbara do this, don’t do that. Today I knew he would want me to be bold and speak so I did. Maxwell today I did it for you”, she said in an interview.
She disclosed that the brutal killing of her husband has toughened her up, and stated no one deserves to go through the kind of torture her husband experienced.
The late army officer, Major Maxwell Adam Mahama met his untimely death after some irate youth of Denkyira-Obuasi charged on him, killing him instantly.
The aggrieved youth ignored his pleas after they accused him of being an armed robber.
Late Major Mahama who was given a state burial left behind a wife, Barbara and two kids.
Watch the interview below:
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