April 17, 2024

Oheneba Nana Asiedu

Oheneba Nana Asiedu, a staff member of Wontumi TV, and a self-announced aid to Chairman Wontumi has made startling claims suggesting that the late John Kumah was not simply a victim of circumstance but rather a deliberate target. He asserts that he cannot entertain any narrative other than the possibility that the Ejisu MP was murdered.

“No one can convince me that the struggle for the NPP running-mateship has no connection to the death of John Kumah,” Oheneba stated emphatically, shedding light on the circumstances surrounding the former deputy finance minister’s demise and his medical history leading up to it.

In his assessment, Bernard Antwi Bosiako, popularly known as Chairman Wontumi, the Ashanti Regional Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), was the intended target of the malevolent forces behind Kumah’s untimely death. According to Oheneba, these sinister elements have not relented in their pursuit, prompting him to call upon Chairman Wontumi’s family to intervene and safeguard him from potential harm.

Though he refrained from explicitly naming the individual believed to be orchestrating these strategic eliminations through poison, Oheneba pointed a damning finger at one of the aspiring candidates for the position of Bawumia’s running mate. He cautioned against Dr. Alhaji Mahamudu Bawumia considering this individual for the role, viewing it as a betrayal of Chairman Wontumi’s trust.

“There is no resolution in sight for the alleged rift between Chairman Wontumi and this unnamed individual,” Oheneba asserted vehemently. “No one should underestimate Chairman Wontumi or expect him to be made a fool of.”

“I maintain, John Kumah did not die; he was killed,” Oheneba declared resolutely. “What I know is that the pursuit of the running mate position has become a matter of life and death.”

John Kumah, who served as the MP and deputy minister for finance, passed away at the age of 45, leaving behind a grieving wife and six children.

The gravity of Oheneba’s allegations underscores the deep-seated tensions and political maneuverings within the NPP, casting a shadow over the party’s internal dynamics and raising questions about the true motives behind John Kumah’s untimely demise.

Meanwhile, the widow of the late Dr. John Kumah has vehemently denied speculations of food poisoning surrounding her husband’s death, asserting that he battled a severe illness for over a year.

Apostle Lilian Kumah clarified that her husband was diagnosed with a blood-related disease in August 2023 during a medical check-up in Germany. Despite enduring pain, he remained resilient, motivated by the motto, “We don’t do what is convenient, we do what we are commanded to do.”

Throughout his medical journey in Germany and Ghana, no doctor mentioned poisoning as a factor in John Kumah’s condition. Mrs. Kumah emphasized that she was actively involved in her husband’s medical processes and possessed all medical reports, none of which indicated food poisoning as a cause.

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