NEWS-ONE reported last Wednesday that celebrated actor Kojo Dadson (aka Dr. Love) was on admission at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital in Accra, recovering from a mild stroke.
New information reaching the paper says the much-loved actor has been discharged from the hospital and his recovery rate, according to doctors, is very impressive.
Mr. Dadson is said to have responded very well to treatment and currently with his family, hoping to return to his acting career within two months.
The actor, according to reports, reportedly suffered the stroke while on location shooting television series 'Illusions' and the production had since halted, waiting for his recovery.
He is said to have a couple of scenes to shoot in 'Illusions' but the production would wait till he is fully recovered.
Kojo Dadson was said to have felt some numbness in his arms while driving to the set of 'Illusions' where the cast and crew were waiting for him.
On his arrival, the actor was said to have complained about his arms to them but he however decided to continue with the production.
The cameras were actually rolling and the cast was in full action when he fell and was rushed to the hospital only to be diagnosed of mild stroke.
Kojo Dadson recently topped news headlines with the release of his debut track, ' Ma Rap-eaa Rap-eaa' , a hip-life rap song, which has been released as a single off an upcoming album.
The 60-year-old Kojo Dadson was all over town dressed in hip-hop garb with dreadlocks and a sagging jeans trouser.
The song later became the soundtrack of 'Dr. Love' , a high-voltage comedy produced and directed by Emmanuel Oppong Boamah, Chief Executive of Spectrum Films. Dadson was lead character in the movie.
Kojo Dadson is well-known for his role in popular TV series, 'Home Sweet Home', 'Hotel St. James', 'Sun City' and 'Number 5 Kotokuraba Street. '