Says Afia Pokuaa; Puts New Host In Trouble
Ace broadcaster and radio personality, Afia Pokuaa, has hinted that her colleague, Kwadwo Asare Baffour Acheampong, also known as KABA, who passed on last Saturday, may have been killed by voodoo or juju and not by natural causes.
In a Facebook post on Wednesday, she wrote: “Why do we use juju and evil means to kill each other and undermine each other when we came individually?”.
Earlier, Afia Pokua popularly known as Vim Lady, in an interview attributed her colleague’s demise to the stressful nature of their job.
She also revealed that, the stress, especially broadcast journalist, go through to bring viewers and listeners their favourite programmes, is enough to kill a person before their time.
But her new post which was accompanied by a photo of the radio presenter smiling and in mourning attire, was received with mixed reactions from her numerous followers.
his could also put the new host of “Ekosii sen” on Asempa 94.7FM in trouble, as he is likely to be accused of killing KABA with Juju.
While some of them accepted the subtle message in her Facebook post as true, others doubted its authenticity and advised the seasoned journalist to post only contents that she could verify.
The unsubstantiated claims pointed fingers at a yet to be identified culprit when she concluded with the question; “Why? Did God create anyone for anybody? WHY ARE HUMANS THAT EVIL?”
The yet to be mentioned culprit will have all of these questions to answer in the Afia Pokuaa tribunal sooner than later.
The death of KABA, a young, vibrant and rising star in the journalism profession has sent shock waves throughout the nation. Many have also blamed his death on diabetes and hypertension but the autopsy is yet to confirm the cause of his death.
Political figures and heavyweights such as President Nana Addo, Vice President Dr Bawumia and former President John Mahama, among many others have eulogized the hard working KABA and described his death as a tragedy to the country and the journalism profession.
He left behind a wife; Valentina Ofori Afriyie and a seven-month-old daughter.