- KABA's death was received with heavy sorrow by his colleagues and other national stakeholders including former presidents Mahama and Kufuor
- K.K Fosu believes the journalist deserves to be honored with a song for his contributions to the media industry
Popular Ghanaian Highlife musician, Kaakyire Kwame Fosu better known as K.K. Fosu, has called on his colleague musicians to come together to compose a song for the late Asempa FM presenter, Kwadwo Asare Baffour Acheampong aka KABA.
The sad news of the death of KABA tumbled the nation into a state of shock, after the announcement of his death in the early hours of Saturday, November 18.
Speaking in an interview with Adom FM, K.K Fosu expressed sadness at the passing of the noted journalist, stating Ghanaian musicians needed to collaborate on a song in honor of the late journalist.
He said KABA deserved such recognition because he had done a lot for the Ghana media industry.
According to him, KABA ‘held Ghana like an egg in his hands’ and really pushed forward the country’s agenda on his show, hence the need to honor him with a song.
KABA has been remembered for his professionalism and contributions to the media industry Ghanaians across the country and beyond.
President Nana Akufo-Addo and Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia sent in their condolences to the bereaved family, expressing their sadness at the loss of the journalist.
Former Presidents Mahama and John Kufuor also reacted to the news of KABA’s demise, with John Kufuor stating that Ghana has ‘lost a great potential.”
According to a Peacefmonline.com report, prior to the unfortunate incident, KABA reported to work but complained that he was not feeling well, which caused him to be taken to the said prayer camp for attention.
The reported disclosed that the operators of the Prayer Camp requested for the journalist to be rushed to the hospital to receive immediate medical attention due to his deteriorating condition; a claim yet to be verified and confirmed by the police.
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