Ghanaian Hip life sensation Okomfour Kawdee who was reported missing earlier this year has finally been found, NEWS-ONE can confirm.
Earlier this year, Kwadee’s mother, Cecilia Sakia, stated on Peace FM’s ‘Entertainment Review’ that she had not set eyes on her son for close to three years.
But James Kwasi Oberko, a broadcaster from KFM in Kumasi, told Flexy on Etv’s Talk Showbiz last week that: “Okomfour Kwadee has been located in Santasi, a suburb near Kumasi in the Ashanti Region.”
“When we put it out there that Kwadee had gone missing, our listeners started phoning in and some even sent several text messages giving the exact location of the rapper,” Oberko noted.
According to Oberko, some of his callers told him that the ‘Ka Wo Nan To So’ hit maker was mostly located at joints with a couple of guys smoking a substance believed to be marijuana.
“The kind of locations they gave was not good at all. We are putting ourselves together as a station to storm those locations and if we locate him, we will take the next step,” he said.
Okumfour Kwadee, for some time now, has been battling with substance abuse and mental illness. He has been in and out of various rehab centers across the country.
The Musician Union of Ghana (MUSIGA), friends and well-wishers of Okumfour Kwadee must all come to his aid and help him fight his demons once and for all.
Source: Nii Ogbamey Tetteh/News One
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