Ohemaa Woyeje exposes Multi TV worker who 'maltreated' KABA
Radio presenter, Kwadwo Asare Baffour Acheampong, aka KABA is gone and everybody is mourning him.
Many Ghanaians thronged Multimedia Group premises hours after his demise to shed tears.
Whilst many are still sad over the death of the host of Ekosii Sen on Asempa FM, Adom FM presenter, Ohemaa Woyeje has told the world about how one of her colleagues treated him badly before he passed on. Ohemaa in a Facebook post Wednesday morning disclosed that Kaba told her weeks back about a lady at Multi TV who frustrated him anytime he was on TV.
The Adom FM mid-morning show host added that she saw the lady who Kaba accused of frustrating him shedding tears like he loved the deceased when he was alive. Ohemaa Woyeje who described the lady as hypocrite said she wished Kaba would resurrect to slap all the fake mourners who pretended for the cameras.
"Our hypocrisy is just not cool! I remember when some weeks ago, #KABA told me about one woman from multi tv who frustrated him a lot especially when he was on tv till other other matters…. I saw this same woman on monday with her legs n waist like mine looking all mourning going up and down just to appear in the cameras and pretending to have lost a loved colleague. Why didn’t she sleep and pop champagne to celebrate news on his demise?
"How I wish the dead have power to come back and slap all the fake mourners, the backbiters, the haters, the enemies who come like friends, the devils in angelic outfits, the backstabers, the pull him downs, the intimidators & suppressors, etc etc …. judgement unto their heads everytime!!! They think we don’t know them. #KABA due ne amanehunu
Zionfelix.net gathers that KABA, 37, died on Saturday morning in a rather shocking manner. He had reported to work the day before but had to leave after complaining of feeling dizzy.
He was later rushed to the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital when the sickness got worse but was pronounced dead not long after.
His death has shocked many, with hundreds trooping to the Multimedia Group to commiserate with the family.