All those who got injured during the just ended Kente Party of the TINA (This Is New Africa) Festival when the stage collapsed in the middle of the event are doing well, UK-based Ghanaian Afrobeats artiste, Fuse ODG has said.
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According to Fuse ODG, he and his team left the event this morning to go visit the two injured people who were receiving medical treatment at the hospital.
In a statement sighted by YEN.com.gh, the 'Million Pound Girl' hitmaker said the two who were injured were part of his team but he is glad to say that they are all doing well and responding to treatment.
He also added that though the venue arranged the stage and lights via a third party, he and his team were working closely with them to investigate the cause of the unfortunate incident in order to secure the future safety of all patrons.
" The wellbeing of all Fuse's team, colleagues and fans is of uttermost importance to Fuse and he asks that everyone sends positive healing vibes to those affected," the statement said.
The unfortunate incident has left a fan in critical condition with several others injured at the event which took place at the Labadi Beach Hotel, Accra.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the stage was seen collapsing just after Article Wan had finished performing and Kwesi Arthur was about mounting the stage to perform.
Some of the patrons at the event were heard shouting “Jesus, Jesus” with the MC saying, “it’s cool, it’s cool”.
The fan who was severely injured was later identified as a brother of Musician Article Wan when he was being rushed to the hospital.
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