- Obour, the president of Ghana Musician Union (MUSIGA) observed one week after his father's passing on a mobile app
- The popular Ghanaian icon's father died of the novel coronavirus at Ridge Hospital on, Friday, March 27, after showing symptoms
- Obour has been under heavy criticism online due to the father's exposure to people, although he had symptoms
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The immediate past president of the Ghana Musician Union (MUSIGA), Obour, has observed the one-week celebration of his father's death after he passed due to COVID-19, on a mobile application due to the ban on social gatherings.
Popular Ghanaian musician Okyeame Kwame made the rather sad revelation on his official Facebook page where he indicated that the commemoration was held online on Zoom on April 03, 2020.
Okyeame Kwame called Obour his brother and used the opportunity to pray that everyone is able to prevail in these tough times of the global pandemic.
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Nana Osei Boansi Kuffuor, who is the father of Obour whose real name is Bice Osei Kuffour died at the Ridge Hospital on, Friday, March 27, after being rushed to the facility on Thursday night.
According to information gathered by YEN.com.gh, Obour's father returned from the United Kingdom (UK) on Thursday, March 19, 2020. Upon his return, Boansi Kuffuor was said to be in good health but he started coughing on Sunday, March 22, 2020.
Obour's father was then sent to the Ridge Hospital where he was asked to be put on quarantine due to him exhibiting symptoms of Coronavirus before he died sadly.
The emergency ward of Ridge Hospital was also shut down for disinfection after the issue.
There have been different kinds of reactions following the story with many being criticisms. Unfeigned Uynz seemed unmoved by the sadness and sounded rather callous:
Freddy Kaakyire Blakk spoke very heartwarming words, appreciating the heaviness of the situation.
In other news, a young woman from Guinea who tested positive for the novel coronavirus and was quarantined in Tamale has reportedly been found in Accra without a clear trail of her path.
Deputy Minister of Health, Alexander Kodwo Kom Abban made the rather breathtaking revelation on Citi FM's Saturday morning show The Big Issue.
The lady was part of 10 Guineans all of who tested positive for the coronavirus and were kept in quarantine in the Northern Regional Capital of Ghana. Her current location and the circumstances that surround her arrest were not disclosed.
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