How I lost my father – Obour writes

The father of former President of the Musicians Union of Ghana, Bice Osei Kuffuor (known as Obour in showbiz) died at the Ridge Hospital in Accra on Friday after testing for COVID-19. Obour said doctors have informed him that his father is likely to be a confirmed Coronavirus case.

He said his father had initially tested positive for malaria before undergoing a test for COVID-19 at the Ridge Hospital on Wednesday.

Obour also insists that at every stage the health personnel were informed that his father had undergone a test for COVID-19 and was awaiting his results.

Read Obour’s statement below;

With sadness and a heavy heart I announce the death of Nana Osei Boansi Kuffour my biological father.

Nana returned from UK on 19th March after his yearly visit to the family. Upon his return he was fine but began coughing on Sunday 22nd.

We arranged for his blood sample to be tested and he tested positive for malaria.

We began treatment for malaria but his condition got worse. We arranged to bring him to Accra to be tested for Covid 19 at Ridge Hospital on Wednesday. They informed us that his report will be ready on Friday but we should keep him in quarantine which we did.

On thursday night he had extreme difficulty with breathing so we called the Ambulance service and informed them of his condition. We told them the patient has tested for COVID 19 and awaiting his results so they should come along with appropriate apparel.

The ambulance team took him to Ridge Hospital around 11pm on thursday March 26. We informed the health team at Ridge of his condition and also informed them he had earlier taken a test for Covid and awaiting results.

Late this afternoon, the Drs informed us that he is likely to be a confirmed Covid case and as such we should take steps to do a contact trace and quarantine ourselves. Sadly he passed on this evening.

These are the true facts about my fathers demise.

Bice Obour Osei Kuffour

Source: Graphic.com.gh

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