Wontumi is on borrowed time if John Kumah’s death was due to poison – Oboy Siki

Bernard Antwi Boasiako, widely known as Chairman Wontumi, the Ashanti Regional Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), has been urged to consider distributing his assets if the allegations suggesting that former Deputy Finance Minister, John Kumah, died from food poisoning hold any merit.

According to autopsy reports, John Kumah, the former lawmaker for Ejisu in the Ashanti Region, passed away due to Multiple Myeloma, a type of cancer that affects white blood cells known as plasma cells.

Health professionals elucidate that these cells are crucial for combating infections by producing antibodies, which identify and attack pathogens.

Controversial Kumawood Actor, Dada Santo, also known as Oboy Siki, has raised concerns that Chairman Wontumi may face a similar fate if the assertions of John Kumah’s demise by food poisoning are accurate.

“If it is true that they ate poison and through that John Kumah lost his life then nothing on this earth can save Chairman Wontumi. I heard someone saying that Wontumi is still alive because he vomited after taking the food but people shouldn’t forget that food poison is dangerous and no one should joke with it.

“Maybe Wontumi’s aide concocted the poison story for his parochial interest but if it is true then I think Chairman Wontumi should start preparing to follow John Kumah,” he added.

Following John Kumah’s passing, Oheneba Nana Asiedu, the Special Aide to Chairman Wontumi, recounted an incident of alleged food poisoning in Tamale during Vice President Dr. Bawumia’s campaign tour, involving John Kumah and Chairman Wontumi.

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In an interview with AMBASSADOR TV, as reported by, Oboy Siki emphasized that if Chairman Wontumi stands by the claims of his aide, he should consider preparing his will and distributing his possessions.

He further urged the Ghana Police Service to conduct thorough investigations into the matter, stressing the importance of vigilance among politicians, celebrities, and others when consuming food from unfamiliar sources or individuals close to them.

“Now John Kumah’s wife is saying different things and Wontumi aide is also saying different things but I think the Ghana Police Service should conduct investigations into the matter”, he demanded.

He explained that “Politicians, celebrities and others should be careful about eating from unknown persons and be mindful about people who are close to them”



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