KABA was killed by enlarged heart, kidney – Post-mortem reveals


    A Doctor’s postmortem report has revealed that the late Kwadwo Asare-Baffour Acheampong, aka KABA who died on Saturday, November 18, 2017, passed away as a result of the failure of some essential systems in his body.

    Many conclusions have been drawn about the cause of death of the ace broadcaster with majority attributing his passing to his sugar level. Others, however, stated spiritual cruelty as the cause of his demise.

    According to what gathered from Daily post, the post-mortem was conducted by a Pathologist at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital in the presence of his relatives and personnel of the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service.

    Daily post stated that the doctor’s report revealed KABA had an enlarged heart, enlarged kidney, and enlarged liver. The disclosure, coupled with his diabetic and hypertensive condition, was what led to his sudden demise, the unnamed medical expert added.

    The result of KABA’s post-mortem, which has not yet been confirmed by the family, means that there is the need for people to undergo regular medical checkup and to do away with any unhealthy lifestyle that will be harmful to their health.

    Further, a medical doctor who spoke to the Daily Post has strongly cautioned employees or people who sit down for long hours at work to be very careful because prolonged sitting courses lots of health hazards.

    He added that it is very necessary for a person to get a standing rest after an hour sitting in order to allow good blood circulation.