In the wake of the untimely passing of Kwadwo Asare Baffour Acheampong, widely known and called KABA by his many ardent listeners and colleagues, many revelations have followed concerning his life and dealings before his unfortunate passing.
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Blessed Nana Godsbrain Smart popularly called Captain Smart has revealed that Kaba was planning to move from his current place of abode with his family into a mansion he had built.
According to Captain Smart, Kaba had revealed that he was going to move into his new home with his family in December this year.
In giving details as to what necessitated the move, Captain Smart purported that Kaba’s rent at his old place ran out in August and he was being asked to vacate the premises by the owners.
The story went on to reveal that Kaba requested for an extension so as to make final arrangements to move into his new home with his wife and daughter for the Christmas.
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Unfortunately for Kwadwo Asare Baffour Acheampong, this dream could not materialize since he had to unfortunately vacate the earth in an untimely and shocking way.
Captain Smart had also revealed that Kaba, as at the time of his death was owing Erata Motors, a car purchasing and rental company to the tune of $10,000 for a car he purchased from the outfit.
Captain Smart reportedly indicated that after the passing of the “Ekosii Sen?” show host, some managers at the car company have decided not to chase the debt owed by the late journalist anymore.
Kaba is reported to have been rushed from a popular prayer camp in Nsawam to the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital in Accra after a short illness in the early hours of November 18.
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Unfortunately for the popular journalist, he could not survive and was pronounced dead by some health workers at the facility. It is reported that he was diabetic.
He was survived by his wife, Valentina Ofori Afriyie and their little daughter. Kaba was 37 years old at the time of his passing.
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