Ghanaian hip-life artiste Yaw Siki, who was discharged from hospital on Monday, is set to release a ‘thanks giving’ song to all his fans.
Charles Adu Koranteng, Manager for Yaw Siki told News One in an interview that the rapper, who is responding to treatment, will hit the studios in two months by which time he would have fully recovered.
“Yaw Siki is going to record a thanks giving song. That song will be his first project after the accident, then we will take it from there,” Adu Koranteng who is also known in showbiz as Coaches, stated.
The accident occurred on the Accra-Tema Motorway on Monday April 15 when the car which Yaw Siki was in somersaulted near the Kingsway International Christian Centre (KICC) Dominion Centre.
The ‘Wo pƐ dodo’ hit maker sustained serious head injuries which attracted several stitches when he was admitted at the 37 Military Hospital.
“So far the wounds on the head are healing and all stitches have been removed. Yaw Siki is getting better; he even walks around the house normally. Doctors say he is responding to treatment,” Coaches noted.
Since his release from hospital, the musician who is known in real life as Isaac Okine, has been receiving solidarity messages from his fans across Ghana.
Source: News One
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