It was more tears galore on Wednesday when former president John Dramani Mahama and a delegation sympathize with the Multimedia Group.
Mr Mahama was accompanied by former Chief of Staff, Julius Debrah to sign the book of condolence at the premises of Multimedia.
Mr. Debrah broke down in tears uncontrollably. That was perhaps the only way he could mourn the late Kwadwo Asare-Baffour Acheampong.
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On his part, the former president said the demise of KABA should be a wake up call for Ghana to pay attention to health care delivery.
“Too many long lives cut down at their prime,” Mr Mahama wrote in the Book of Condolence.
The former president and his entourage also visited the residence of the late journalist at Tesano in Accra.
KABA was born in 1980, some 37 years ago. He had tasted several professions such as teaching and journalism.
But his flair was in journalism, family members, friends and colleagues at The Multimedia Group have testified.
Before his untimely death, KABA was the host of Asempa FM’s afternoon political show ‘Ekosii Sen.’
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