KABA’s death must be 'investigated spiritually' - Islamic cleric
A renowned Islamic Cleric wants the family of the late Asempa FM’s presenter, Kwadwo Asare Baffour Acheampong (KABA) and the Multimedia group to investigate his death “spiritually”.
Mallam Shamuna Ustarz Jibril believes the ace broadcast journalist did not die a natural death saying “it’s possible he (KABA) was killed”.
KABA was pronounced dead upon arrival at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital where he had been rushed to after he suddenly fell sick early Saturday, November 18. He was 37 years old and left behind a wife and seven month old baby.
While the unfortunate news of the sudden demise of popular radio presenter has sent shockwaves down the spine of most Ghanaians, the family of the late broadcaster has rubbished any foul play in his death.
But the acclaimed Islamic Numerologist and Spiritualist, who predicted the loss of President Mahama by comparing his political life to Nigeria’s former president, Goodluck Jonathan, noted in an interview with Peacefmonline.com that “Kaba knew he wasn't safe”.
“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,” he disclosed.
Mallam Shamuna Ustarz Jibril however urged the family to be prayerful and seek spiritual intervention to avert similar occurrence.
“I therefore advice his family, sympathizers and the Multimedia group to conduct a spiritual investigation of his death. Media personnel must also fortify themselves spiritually (through prayers),” he added.