Former president of MUSIGA Bice Osei Kuffour known professionally as Obour whose father died out of result of the novel coronavirus pandemic, relatives have tested negative for coronavirus after the contact tracing testing.
The test were taking due to the rife that Obour hid his father’s travel history from hospital officials , hence endangering the lives of all involved.
The 33 contacts from Ashanti Dwaso have tested negative to the novel coronavirus hereby making the Ashanti Akim Municipal Health Directorate officially cleared, Agyeiwaa Constance, Frimpong Oduro and Nyarko Akosua.
Obour who tested negative for the virus has revealed that he is yet to see prove to back that declaration.
Obour took a step further to write a letter to the Officer in charge of the Covid 19 centre of the Greater Accra Regional Hospital on April 1, requesting for the results of an independent test he took with their facility.
Obour’s father was declared dead on the 27th of March, 2020 after testing positive for the Coronavirus. Following the death of their father, the family called for an autopsy to be done by the hospital or by an independent medical officer.
“Everything came fast for me,” Obour said at the one-week observation of his father’s death.
“I had watched my father eat heartily in the afternoon only to be told he had passed away less than two hours later”, Obour wrote.
However due to the fact that the contacts turned negative the family have requested for an autopsy and it should be made public and will go to the ends of sueing the hospital if nothing is done to address their concern.
Meanwhile on the April 3, 2020 the family held a one-week observation for the late Nana Osei Kuffour to mourn his demise but however due to the ban on social gathering, the event was held on Zoom, an online video conferencing platform.