Eddie Kusi Ankoma, the Chief Executive Officer of Erata Motors, has denied rumours circulating that the late Asempa FM presenter, Kwadwo Asare Baffour Acheampong, was indebted to him before his demise.
KABA, as he was affectionately called, was rumoured to owe the owner of the car sales company, an amount of $10,000 over a car he had purchased recently.
This revelation was made known by his colleague at Adom FM, Captain Smart (real name Blessed Nana Godsbrain Smart).
According to the Adom FM host, the owner of Erata Motors after hearing about KABA’s death, had decided to write-off the debt as a show of good faith.
However, Starrfmonline.com has reported that Mr. Ankoma debunks these allegations, stating KABA was a good client who under no circumstances owed him money.
He stated KABA had never faulted on his payments, and fully covered the cost of his purchase from Erata Motors before he passed away.
KABA was pronounced dead at the Korle-Bu hospital in the early hours of Saturday, November 18, when he was rushed to the emergency unit.
The one-week observation of his passing is currently underway at the premises of the Multimedia Headquarters in Accra.
Meanwhile, the mother of the late KABA, Madam Felicia Amoabeng, has said that despite the sudden loss of her son, she will will still give thanks to God.
Madam Amoabeng, who disclosed that her son died in her arms a week ago, said she will not question God’s decision and believes she will meet her son again.
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