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Majority of Ejisu residents are happy John Kumah is dead – Computer Man

Not all Ejisu residents are in a state of mourning following the demise of its representative in Parliament and Deputy Finance Minister, Dr John Kumah.

According to the founder and head pastor of Hope Generation Min. Int., Prophet Nana Akwesi Amponsah also known as Computer Man, some residents are elated that the legislator is no more.

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In an interview on Oman Channel, Computer Man noted that this is due to the many alleged injustices some residents faced under the hands of the late John Kumah.

“After John Kumah’s death, if you see the messages, they are bad. They say he came to take someone’s lands, God is punishing him. Just a few Ejisu residents are sad about his death. It looks like the majority are jubilating,” he said.

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Dr. Kumah, who also served as the Deputy Finance Minister, tragically passed away on Thursday, March 7, 2024.

Following this, residents were seen shedding tears, dressed in somber red and black attire as they mourned the loss of their beloved representative.

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