(VIDEO)-The children continue to cry for their father- Barbara Mahama

tribute by the wife of Major Maxwell Mahama
Mrs. Barbara Mahama - Wife of Captain Mahama

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Barbara Mahama, wife of the late Major Maxwell Adam Mahama has made some shocking revelations in an interview on GhOne.

The late Major Mahama was horribly murdered by the inhabitants of Denkyira Obuasi when they misidentified him for a thief while he was stationed there to fight Galamsay.

According to his wife, Jaden and Jerry whom they couple had together still ask for their father.

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She said during the interview that the youngest of the two is noted for doing that most of the time especially when he is crying—and that it affects her emotionally when this happens.

“The children are doing well…..they miss him a lot. The little one intentionally mentions his name when he is crying and that makes me cry too because it is some way… crying daddy daddy daddy. When he went he always calls and I usually do short videos and send to him and they always look forward to it. Today when I woke up I made them sing a happy birthday for him and I recorded it”, she disclosed on GHOne TV.

Barbara is still yet to fully come to terms with accepting the fact that, her husband is no more and she believes that only time will heal her wounds.

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