The death of ace Asempa FM presenter Kwadwo Asare Baffour Acheampong known as KABA has drawn hard tears from Ghanaians.
His death Saturday has been received with sordid hearts.
Ex-president John Mahama who visited The Multimedia Group to sympathise with management and staff over the loss, found himself consoling his Chief of Staff, Julius Debrah.
Mr Debrah could not control his tears as they streamed down his cheeks.
He occasionally mopped the tears with his white handkerchief, but it could not hide the message of his heart.
But it was the ex-president who ventilated the message.
“Too many long lives cut down at their prime,” Mr Mahama wrote in the Book of Condolence.
KABA was born in 1980, some 37 years ago. He had tasted several professions such as teaching and journalism.
But his flare was in journalism, family members, friends and colleagues at The Multimedia Group have testified.
Before his untimely death, KABA was the host of Asempa FM’s afternoon political show ‘Ekosii Sen.’
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