- Captain Smart of Adom FM has chastised Obour after his father died of coronavirus
- Smart said days before the death, Obour had gone to the station to interact with people knowing very well the condition of his father
- Captain Smart is worried over the likelihood that he and other colleagues could be infected
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Adom FM presenter Captain Smart appears to be angry with MUSIGA President Obour after his father tested positive for coronavirus and died eventually.
In a new video seen by YEN.com.gh, Captain Smart said clearly in the Akan language that “Obour did not do well at all and he must be told”.
According to him, Obour had been in the studios of Asempa FM earlier to interact with them on an issue.
During his visit, Smart said Obour touched people and interacted with those around as usual when he should not do so knowing very well that his father had coronavirus.
The presenter revealed that one customer who had gone to Multimedia to make an announcement was almost ejected by his landlord when he got to know that he had been there with Obour.
The fear now is that Obour might have infested the Multimedia staff with coronavirus if he has contracted it because he was with his father throughout before his death.
Consequently, staff of Multimedia has been ordered to observe self-quarantine.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that the emergency ward of Ridge Hospital had been shut down for disinfection after Obour’s father died there.
Reports have it that the musician's dad had travelled from the UK to Ghana on March 19, 2020, and on the 24th, he took ill.
However, Obour allegedly did not disclose the travel history of his father to the health workers, and so without any suspicion, he was admitted into the emergency ward and treatment for malaria began.
Many people have condemned Obour for this with some saying he does not deserve to be in parliament as an aspiring MP.
Obour, however, denies this saying he already told the health officers that his father had coronavirus before he was admitted at the hospital.
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