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Desist from commenting on poison allegations – John Kumah’s family to spokespersons1 min read

Desist from commenting on poison allegations – John Kumah’s family to spokespersons<span class="wtr-time-wrap after-title"><span class="wtr-time-number">1</span> min read</span>

The family of the late Ejisu legislator and Deputy Minister of Finance, Dr John Ampotuah Kumah, has advised spokespersons for the lawmaker and other close allies to refrain from commenting on any unfounded allegation relating to his death.

Allegation of the late MP having been poisoned has been rife since his death was announced.

The family of the deceased has expressed worry over the development, thus has asked friends of the late MP to avoid making unverified claims until an official autopsy report is released.

“Speculations here and there but as it stands now, the family has no position. We will wait until the autopsy report is ready and we will know what led to death of our dear brother. So, for now what I can say is that let us ignore everything in the air and wait until the family itself comes out and communicate as to the cause of death.

People can speculate but, then we shouldn’t forget that he is from a family. The family is grieving. So, if you go out there and say all manner of things, consider the family internet first, put the wife, put the children put the father just take yourself…that if you are the mother is that how you would want people to go about spreading rumours about the death of your son?” MP for Kumawu, Ernest Yaw Anim, who is also a member of John Kumah’s family said.