Father of the late Ghanaian Times Presidential Correspondent Samuel Nuamah also dies

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Information reaching Ghananewsonline.com.gh has it that WO II Maxwell Opoku, the father of the late Samuel Nuamah of the Ghanaian Times has passed on. The 72 year old allegedly collapsed on Friday August 17, 2018 and died shortly after.

The incidence which happened at his Teshie Nungua residence has sent family members into double agony as they mark the three year anniversary of the demise of their son -the late journalist.

According to our informant, the Mr. Opoku had planned a wreath laying ceremony at his son’s graveside for Monday morning which would mark exactly 3 years of Nuamah’s demise. To this effect he had reached out to family members from far and near to come and join him for the commemoration.

According to our sources, Opoku collapsed after family members had gathered and were waiting for him to dress up.
He is said to have come out of his room dressed in a traditional black cloth for the memorial.

“As soon as he stepped out of the room in his black cloth, he gave out a heavy breath while mentioning the name of his late son Sammy. He mentioned the name for three times and then the sudden collaps,” our informant noted.

The body has since been deposited at the 37 military hospital.

The late Samuel Nuamah, a presidential correspondent with the state owned Ghanaian Times newspaper died exactly three years today in a fatal accident while returning from an official assignment at the Volta Region.

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