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EXCLUSIVE: Popular Kumawood Actor Salinko Poisoned In Germany – AUDIO/PICTURES In


Popular Ghanaian Kumawood actor, Abraham Kofi Davis aka Salinko, who was invited to Germany by some Ghanaian community in Hannover to take part in Ebony’s tribute concert coming off on July 21, 2018, nearly died through poisoning – – Presspeep.com has gathered.

According to a close source, Salinko was in France for an event when the invitation to Germany came so he moved from France to Hannover in Germany where the Ebony’s tribute concert would take place. The organizers of the event, Pepe One and King Jesus Production after welcoming Salinko, took him to where he would stay till the event date.

A few days after Salinko arrived in Germany, the organizers took him to a small house party organized by the Ghanaian community in Hannover. “Salinko started complaining of having stomach pains when they went home after the party” the source said.

“After close monitoring by the event organizers for a while, it got worse so they called for an ambulance to take him to a hospital in Hannover called Cranking House. The doctors at the hospital did some test on him, and the report came out that he was poisoned through a drink” the source ended.

In an exclusive WhatsApp chat with Presspeep.com, Salinko confirmed the story. Unable to talk at the time of our interaction with him due to the presence of the doctors, he sent us a voice note and pleaded we chat with him instead.

Known for his comic works, the site doubted his claim and so asked him if it’s not a gimmick or stunt he wants to pull for the upcoming event; he assuaged our arrière pensée. To protect our credibility, the site asked Salinko to furnish us with some evidence to back his claim.

He sent us another voice note plus some pictures of him receiving treatment in the hospital.


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Source: Presspeep.com