Ghanaian Highlife legend Abrantie Amakye Dede has finally spoken publicly about his gory accident that claimed the life of his manager, Isaac Yeboah, and badly injured him and his bodyguard.
Isaac Yeboah (Manager), Amakye and his bodyguard were involved in an accident at Bunso Junction in the Eastern region on the Accra-Kumasi road at dawn on January 2, 2016.
Amakye was billed to rock the crowd at Paradise restaurant, a rest stop near the Bunso Junction when a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter mini bus crashed into their vehicle which was then packed by the roadside.
Speaking to Peace FM on Wednesday morning, Amakye Dede said it would be difficult for him to find a replacement for Isaac Yeboah.
Until he became deceased, Isaac Yeboah was the editor of the entertainment newspaper, P&P and also a contributer to Peace FM’s “Entertainment Review” program.
Amakye Dede described the accident as shocking and said he was grateful to God for his life.
Amakye who is still recieving treatment at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital in Accra expressed appreciation to all Ghanaians for their prayers and well wishes.
He concluded adding how favoured he was to have had the support from the masses. His gratitudes went to President John Dramani Mahama for personally visiting him at the hospital and encouraging him to be strong, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo for sending an emissary to visit him and Mr Osei Kwame Despite for making arrangements for his transfer from the Osiem Hospital to Korle Bu for an extensive examination.
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