Seasoned journalist Ebenezer Ato Sam confirmed dead

Seasoned journalist Ebenezer Ato Sam confirmed dead

- Veteran journalist, Baby Ansaba, has been reported dead

- He died at Korle Bu Teaching Hospital after a short ailment, reports say

- Baby Ansaba was the News Editor of one of Ghana's popular newspapers, The Punch

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Veteran journalist, Ebenezer Ato Sam, popularly known as Baby Ansaba, has been confirmed dead

He was said to have breathed his last at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital on Tuesday, December 1, 2020, after a short illness.

Baby Ansaba was the Editor of the New Punch Newspaper. He was also a politcial commentator.

Seasoned journalist Ebenezer Ato Sam confirmed dead
A collage of Baby Ansaba, also known as Ebenezer Ato Sam. Photo credit: Today Newspaper. Source: Facebook
Source: Facebook gathered in a report sighted on that Baby Ansaba died at the Emergency Centre on Tuesday.

We are following up on this development and will update readers when fresh information comes in.

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