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HAS OKOMFOUR KWADEE REALLY GONE MAD?

By Modern Ghana

Information gathered by the Drive Time host of kapital Radio in Kumasi, NY DJ indicates that the Ghanaian born hplife artiste Jerry Anaba, “the Kwadee” hit maker has been admitted to a mental facilty in Accra due to mental instability.

It can be recalled that Okomfour Kwadee who was missing in action in the Ghanaian music industry for some years back was said to have gone mad until he released a song to debunk the allegations titled “Menie” and even put up a show at the National theatre in Accra which saw him share the same stage with hip life and highlife artistes all over Ghana, however, recent information gathered by NY DJ indicates that the musician has been admitted to an mental facility in Accra.

A close source who spoke on anonymity said, “It had become a bit difficult to work with Okomfour Kwadee and therefore he's not currently with us”.

In another attempt to find out his whereabouts if not in the undisclosed facility, it was also disclosed that he was no more staying with his keeper but had been taken away by his mum who is believed to have taken him there since she so much believes in “Prayer Camps” and “mental facilities”.

Keep up with this site as we delve more into the issue to bring the exclusives on Okomfour Kwadee.

SOURCE: WWW.NYDJGH.BLOGSPOT.COM

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