James, NSMQ star, had breathing problems but did not vomit blood – Family

The famous Ketasco NSMQ star James Lutterodt’s father has spoken out about his unrelenting attempts to preserve his son’s life. Tragically, James Lutterodt passed away on Monday.

The family claims that James passed away on Monday morning at a specialized hospital in Tema after a brief illness.

His father, Mr. Philip Dogbeda Lutterodt, revealed that when James returned from vacation in April 2023, he became aware of a problem.

Mr. Lutterodt revealed in an exclusive interview with Citi FM: “It has been a difficult path for me as a father. When he returned from vacation in April [2023], I noticed something was off. I immediately took care of his medical needs, and up to his passing early yesterday morning, we ran a number of tests to find the source of his disease.”

Mr. Lutterodt also mentioned that James had confided in him regarding events at the University of Ghana. However, they have decided to keep those specifics for the time being.

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The family, despite their terrible loss, thanked God for everything. James had plans to study overseas after obtaining admission offers from several international universities before his unexpected death, according to Mr. Boaz Ayitah, a close family friend.

As a member of the NSMQ team representing Keta Senior High Technical School in 2021, Master James Lutterodt attracted attention on a national and international level. They received accolades for their outstanding performance because it upended the favorites.

The family vehemently denied the veracity of videos making the rounds on social media that allegedly showed James throwing up blood, claiming that no such instances ever occurred.

They subsequently told Citi News that “he experienced difficulty breathing.”

James’s outstanding accomplishments during the NSMQ over the past two years have been celebrated on social media platforms in the wake of the news of his passing.

After hearing the awful news, the National Science and Maths Quiz issued a statement expressing their deep sympathy.

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