Ace journalist and radio personality, Kwadwo Asare Baffour Acheampong, fondly known as KABA has been remembered by many people and organizations after his passing.
In one of such latest developments, it has come to light that the “Ekosii sen?” show host was once a guest on popular Kitchen show, “Asanka Delight” on Accrabased station TV3.
The experienced journalist shared his skills in the kitchen and also some vital parts of his life with the show host, Jackie Ankrah.
Kaba revealed that he used to go farming with his relatives and also picked up a lot of skills from the village.
Video Credit: TV3 Network Ghana
In that episode, Kaba prepared boiled plantain and yam with kontomire stew and he did it in the very traditional way.
He also revealed that he had taught for 6 years before finally branching into broadcasting. He revealed that he knew from a very tender age that he was going to be a broadcaster.
He went on to reveal that his first broadcasting job was at Top FM.
When questioned about how he became so well-versed in the local language, Twi, the journalist revealed that he learnt the language while growing up because he spent some of his life in a chief’s palace and a mission house.
When the meal was done, Kaba’s co-host, Akosua Asare Akoto was invited to dine with them.
Kwadwo Asare Baffour Acheampong, passed away on Saturday, November 18 at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital in Accra after he was rushed to the health facility. He was 37 years old.
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