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Kumawood Actor, Kwaku Manu visits Highlife Icon, KK Fosu after tragic accident

In a touching display of solidarity, popular Kumawood actor Kwaku Manu paid a heartfelt visit to highlife musician KK Fosu at the University of Ghana Medical Centre (UGMC) following a tragic car accident.

The accident, which occurred on Saturday, May 25, resulted in the untimely death of freelance journalist John Claude Tamakloe, casting a pall of grief over the community.

Kwaku Manu, accompanied by Isaac Abeiku Aidoo, the CEO of Goodies Music, known popularly as Goodies, expressed his profound condolences and support to KK Fosu during this challenging time.

The actor’s visit not only provided emotional comfort to the ailing musician but also underscored the importance of community and togetherness in the face of adversity.

While at the UGMC, Kwaku Manu took the opportunity to acknowledge the significance of the medical facility in providing critical care to Ghanaians.

He lauded the efforts of former President John Mahama for his pivotal role in establishing such an essential institution, highlighting its vital role in emergencies and critical health situations.

“Facilities like UGMC are indispensable for the well-being of our people, especially in times of crisis,” Kwaku Manu remarked. His words resonated deeply, serving as a poignant reminder of the collective responsibility to support and sustain such healthcare institutions.

This visit by Kwaku Manu and Goodies not only shed light on the pressing need for robust healthcare infrastructure but also demonstrated the compassion and unity that define the spirit of the Ghanaian people.

As KK Fosu continues his recovery, the outpouring of support from fellow artists and the public stands as a testament to the enduring bonds within the community, offering hope and solace in a time of profound sorrow.

Story by: Sarah-Joyce Komenan



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