- Sarkodie was involved in an accident on Easter Monday
- He was on his way to Agogo in the Ashanti Region for Amakye Dede’s Easter concert
- Sakordie has spoken, thanking God for keeping him safe
Ghanaian ‘Highest’ rapper, Sarkodie, has finally opened up on his near-fatal Easter Monday accident.
Sakodie was reportedly on his way to Agogo in the Ashanti Region to support his “father and mentor”, Amakye Dede in his Easter Concert.
But on the way Sarkodie and his entourage were involved in accident on the Accra-Kumasi Highway.
Fortunately, no one was injured and no fatalities were recorded.
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The accident, however, that did not stop the multiple-award winning artiste from putting up a splendid performance at the event.
In his latest post sighted by YEN.com.gh, Sakordie has broken silence on the accident.
To him, the accident was a big negative for him on that day, but that did not stop him from entertaining the audience at Agogo.
He also thanked God for saving his life, and asked for more protection and blessings for himself and his fans.
The ‘You go kill me’ hit maker posted on Twitter: “Last night was pure madness with the people of Agogo ... Day didn't start too well but one energy I try never to entertain is the "Negative" One..You should too God keep us all Safe.. I Love all of you.”
By his post, Sakordie reveals that he does not allow negative happenings around him and his life to keep him down.
Therefore, despite the big hurdle that occurred on Monday, he still managed to put up his best at the Agogo Easter Concert.
Sarkodie, born Michael Owusu Addo, is one of Ghana’s biggest brand in music, and has so many songs to his credit.
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