- The Asempa FM presenter’s death was a big blow to the media industry
- Mallam Jibril says his death was not due to natural factors
- He has urged the family to seek spiritual intervention to determine the true cause of KABA’s death
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An Islamic cleric has urged the Multimedia Group and the family of Asempa FM presenter, Kwadwo Asare Baffour Acheampong (KABA), to demand an investigation into his death.
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Mallam Shamuna Ustaz Jibril believes KABA’s death was not caused by natural circumstances, but he was rather ‘killed.’
In a report by Peacefmonline.com, the popular Islamic spiritualist disclosed that he had met with KABA prior to his demise, and said the presenter was concerned for his life.
“I met KABA but I can’t disclose what we discussed to the public. He knew he wasn’t safe but somehow refused to heed to my advice,” Mallam Jibril said.
He therefore urged the family of KABA and the Multimedia Group to launch a spiritual investigation into his death.
He also urged the staff of the media company to seek more spiritual interventions in their lives, to protect themselves against similar tragedies.
The Islamic cleric is not the first religious leader to share some troubling revelations concerning the death of the popular broadcaster, as several other prophets also claimed they prophesied the tragedy.
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Prophet Reindolph Oduro Gyebi, popularly known as the Eagle Prophet, claimed that he prophesied KABA’s death some weeks before his demise.
Asempa FM’s KABA passed away in the early hours of Saturday, November 18, at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital in Accra.
While the true cause of his death remains unknown, it is speculated that his death was due to his diabetic and hypertensive conditions.
KABA left behind a widow, Valentina and a seven-month old daughter.
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