Erata Motors Donates to KABA's funeral

Erata Motors Donates to KABA's funeral

- Erata Motors has donated cash towards KABA's funeral

- The donation was done by the company's CEO

- The donation was done at the one week celebration organized by Multimedia's management

Erata Motors, one of Ghana's leading car dealerships has made a financial donation towards the funeral of the late broadcast journalist, Mr. Kwadwo Asare-Baffour Acheampong, popularly known to Ghanaians as KABA.

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Erata Motors Donates to KABA's funeral

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Mr. Eddie Kusi Ankoma, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Erata Motors made a cash donation to relatives of KABA, former host of Asempa FM's Ekosii-Sen talk show who passed away on November 18th, 2017 while being rushed to the hospital.

According to a report by, Mr. Kusi Ankoma made the cash donation of GHC2,000 on Saturday, November 25th, during the one week observation of KABA's untimely passing.

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Mr. Kusi Aankoma, accompanied by other employees of Erata Motors, also met KABA's relatives and management of Multimedia at the one week observation. The CEO expressed support to ensure that his friend, KABA had a proper funeral.

This development was announced by the head of KABA's family, Elder George Nyarko, at the one week memorial service. This comes after recent reports alleged that KABA, who had bought a vehicle from Erata Motors, was unable to pay the full amount as of the time he passed away.

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According to Erata Motors CEO, KABA had never faulted on his payments, and fully covered the cost of his purchase. KABA was pronounced dead at the Korle-Bu hospital in the early hours of Saturday, November 18, when he was rushed to the emergency room.

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