Obour’s Father Did Not Die Of Coronavirus? – See Sarkodie’s Comments That Have Sparked Controversy On Social Media

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Recently, former MUSIGA president Bice Osei Kuffour, popularly known as Obour ordered his lawyers, Smith & Adelaide to write to authorities of the Ridge Hospital, where his father passed on to furnish them with the autopsy report to confirm the actual cause of death.

Even though whatever details in that autopsy report have not been made public yet, Sarkcess Music boss, Sarkodie has started dropping some hints about what will likely be in the report of the late Nana Osei Boansi Kuffour.

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In the series of tweets from Sarkodie, he suggested that if what Obour told him is anything to go by, then authorities of the hospitals should be sued by the Asante Akyem NPP parliamentary candidate aspirant.

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Which is to say, that earlier reports that the Obour’s father died as a result of the coronavirus disease might be false after all.

Check out Sarkodie’s tweets below

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Mind you, the reports that the late sub-chief of the Juaso traditional area died of coronavirus and the fact that Obour failed to give hospital workers the full details have seen him (Obour) come under a barrage of social media attacks and trolls.

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