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The son of late Managing Editor of Al-Hajj newspaper; Alhaji Bature, Mubarak Bature has indicated that his father died as a result of high blood pressure (Hypertension).

Immediately, the death of the veteran journalist was announced, a publication that circulated within the media fraternity indicated that, he died of stroke.

The reports indicated further that, Alhaji Bature collapsed at his bathroom prior to the Christmas festivities and was rushed to the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital where he was on admission receiving treatment before his sudden demise on Friday January 5, 2018.

The spokesman for the family, Amos Blessing Amorse had debunked that the media reports about the late Managing Editor Of Al-Hajj newspaper are untrue and thus the public should disregard it.

But speaking in an exclusive interview with Razzonline.com in line with what killed his Father, the first son of the late veteran Journalist Mubarak Bature who is based in the United States revealed candidly that:

“First of all, what I know is my father died of bp... he was admitted at the surgical ward of the Korle Bu teaching hospital for two weeks ...that’s what I know”, Mubarak told Razzonline.com

Mubarak explained extensively that, though the post mortem is not yet out, the doctors actually told him his late dad died of BP

The late Alhaji Bature Iddrisu was laid to rest around 3pm on Saturday, January 6, 2017, after Jannaiza Prayers was observed at his family house at Nima, Gorillas; adjacent UNIBANK in accordance with the Islamic faith.

He was an outspoken political commentator on Adom TV’s morning show, Badwam, and a member of the National Democratic Congress.


Source: razzonline.com

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Name: Atta Blindman
There is nothing wrong with the picture of the dead body.It serves as warning to me and you that this day will definitely come to us.As human beings we need to be reminded often.We forget easily.Let it be known that when you ae passing by awodume cemetry,just remeber that they were like us and we will soon be like them.
Peacefmonline.com you treat the dead man with respect. The picture of his dead body is unethical and it's not done anywhere.
Name: @K9 Mo
You are right!!!! ; these NDC kriminals thought they were building another country called Ghana in Dubai or South Africa ; they stole our monies and invested them in these counteries ; thinking that when their health fails them they will be flown out for treatment _WRONG !!!!; this was the thinking behind Bature's blind defence of Jon Mahama and the NDC bandits besides what he did not realise was that both Jon Mahama and Ibrahim Mahama were just using him as a media man to defend their course in politics besides stroke; heart failure are dangerous illness that does not warn anybody when it strike ; if Jon Mahama had wasted a bit of our money building safe hospitals with mini equipment for strokes and heart failure Bature could have been saved ;why did they not fly him to suth Africa or Dubai immediately ;why did they wait till things git worse ; to me it is lesson to all NDC members do not think by hiding our monies abroad you are ssafe because today Korle Bu and most of hospitals are death trap ; if you get a stroke or heart failure you are not likely to come out alive .
Name: @Ewe man
Just ***barred word*** !!! EWE MAN because we all know ewes are stillers with criminal minds ; who cares about what ewes say in Ghana today !!!!!!1its better to be an oferi man than a theeiff man.
Name: K9 Mo
Mr Kennedy Agyapong warned you about the healthcare system and civil servants approach towards serving Ghanaians. Ken said no one like to be admitted in hospital and Alharji argued with him. I do believe Alharji could have been saved had we have better healthcare and dedicated and commitment civil servants. RIP Bature
Name: Ewe man
What good work is oferi talking about.the insults and shouting on t.v?will you tell your son to learn from him?hmmm

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