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REQUEST A THOROUGH TOXICOLOGY AUTOPSY – Omane Boamah To John Kumah’s Family

Director of Elections for the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Dr Omane Boamah has asked the family of the late John Kumah to request a thorough toxicological autopsy to settle doubts on the cause of death of the late Deputy Finance Minister.

There are reports suggesting that the late John Kumah was poisoned and has since been battling for his life.

In a post reacting to his death, Dr Omane Boamah indicated that it is depressing to hear that the late Deputy Minister was allegedly poisoned.

He wrote;

Over the past 24 hours, I’ve journeyed through the different stages of Denial, Anger, Bargain, Grief and Acceptance and I still oscillate in between these feelings because of the news that Hon. Dr. John Kumah is no more.

It was befitting that Chairman Asiedu Nketiah led the NDC National Executive Committee (NEC) to observe a moment of silence to pray for John Kumah yesterday.

He was a young (45yrs) and promising politician, indeed one of the front-runners in the NPP’s 2024 Running Mate race.

News of John Kumah’s demise shocked me and reminded me of the sudden death of Hon. Kwadwo Baah Wiredu, also an affable NPP MP who served at the same Ministry, Finance.

It has been over a decade since I met John Kumah physically or spoke to him on phone. Notwithstanding this distance, I liked John. He was a good guy.

It has also been over two decades since John and Benard Mornah and I contested for NUGS President… and we became friends afterwards…

As I wish John a peaceful rest in the Lord, the news about poisoning being a possible cause of his death is depressing.

His immediate family can opt for thorough toxicological autopsy to settle their doubts, suspicions and apprehensions.

I condole with his wife, children and entire family.

Rest in perfect peace ✌️ Hon. Dr. John Kumah.

 

 

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