- NDC Greater Accra has comment on the death of KABA
- He's said he still hasn't come to terms with the popular broadcast journalist's death
- He's stated that good men tend to die young
Mr. Ade Coker, the National Democratic Congress's (NDC) Greater Accra Regional Chairman, has said that he's still has not come to terms with the death of Kwadwo Asare-Baffour Acheampong, popularly known as KABA
Mr. Ade Coker, who was speaking to JoyNews, referred to the late Multimedia presenter as a "brother" and a "colosus", adding that he was the finest broadcaster who Ghana, and the world listened to.
The NDC executive expressed that he still couldn't believe that such a gifted broadcaster was no more.
"I couldn’t believe it because good men rather die young and it’s unfortunate that such a fine gentleman with a lot ahead of him should just kick the bucket at a very early age," said Mr. Coker.
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Since news of KABA's death broke, a steady stream of well-wishers have visited his home in order to pay their respects to the grieving family. Multimedia Group Limited's management has revealed that they will be holding a memorial service on Monday, November 20th, for KABA.
The aforementioned service is slated to be held at the forecourt of Multimedia's Radio building, the same building that houses Joy FM, Adome FM, Asempa FM, and Hitz FM.
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