Former President John Dramani Mahama has called on the government to focus on healthcare delivery in Ghana.
He made this call when he visited the offices of the Multimedia Group yesterday to mourn with them over the loss of their late employee KABA.
He was in the company of Mr. Ade Coker and A.B Fuseini to sign the book of condolence opened on behalf of the late Multimedia Group journalist, according to a myjoyonline report..
The former President expressed shock at the death of Kwadwo Asare Baffour Acheampong, popularly known as KABA.
He stated that the late ‘Ekosii Sen’ presenter was too young to die.
Recalling the similar death of late BBC journalist, Komla Dumor, former President Mahama said the time is ripe for the government to shift attention to Ghana’s health system.
“It is about time to consider reducing political talks and turn attention to health and revamping Ghana’s healthcare,” he said.
He regretted KABA’s death, saying he will be remembered for his objectivity on his political and current affairs show.
Mr. Mahama sent his condolences to the family of the late presenter as well as the Multimedia Group.
Kwadwo Asare Baffour Acheapong died at age thirty-seven (37) on Saturday after a short illness.
A book of condolence was opened on Monday for colleagues, friends, families of the late presenter to pen down memories they have of the late Ekosii Sen’ presenter.
Many personalities and celebrities including President Akufo Addo, Veep Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia; some Members of Parliament; and Maame Dokono, just to mention a few, have al signed the book of condolence.
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