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VIDEO: John Kumah’s ‘huge mansion’ pops up after his death, social media react

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The official residence of late Deputy Finance Minister and Member of Parliament for Ejisu in the Ashanti Region, John Kumah has become the centre of discussion following his shocking demise.

Hon. Kumah kicked the bucket on Thursday, March 7, 2024, while receiving treatment in Accra. He was being prepared to be flown to Germany for treatment after his health deteriorated, his Spokesperson told the press yesterday.

While many Ghanaians and members of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) are mourning him, some section of Ghanaians have switched focus to his ‘huge mansion’.

A few hours after his death, TV3 Ghana took their cameras to Kumah’s residence in Ejisu to report about the atmosphere at his home.

And while executing their work, their capture his entire mansion, which prompted wild social media reactions and harsh criticisms.

“42 years, see his house,” one Twitter (X) user said. Another said: “42 years see his house. Vim.”

Another user described politics as dirty game and defended Kumah, saying the politician worked for it.

“Politics be dirty game ampa. You’ll work hard and build your reputation and property but the moment you enter politics, someone who doesn’t know you from anywhere will assume you stole state’s money hm,” X user @manuelphrimpz said.

More social media users defended him.

X user @GhKwesi88275501 shared Kumah’s working background before he joined politics: “He is 46 not 42. He was a lawyer bfor he became NEIP CEO and then to deputy minister of finance. That’s a huge portfolio. Comes with loads of benefits that u and i don’t know. By the way that’s his house in Ejisu.”

“You’re so insensitive! What has age has to do with success? Do you know the age mark Zuckerberg was when he became a billionaire? This is never the right time for such tweets!!! Learn” another user @AdamAle76004893 defended him.

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