- Sarkodie has called for a legal action against Ridge Hospital following the saga involving Obour’s late father
- He said Obour had told him everything that happened and for that matter Ridge must be sued
- Obour’s father had died at the hospital after he suffered from coronavirus on return from the UK
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Ghanaian highest rapper Sarkodie has spoken on the issue surrounding the death of Obour’s father at the Ridge Hospital, as well as the matters arising from it.
According to him, he had had a conversation with Obour concerning the topic, and if what Obour told him is factual, then Ridge Hospital needs to be sued.
He made this revelation in a tweet sighted by YEN.com.gh.
Sarkodie wrote: “Just had a conversation with Obour .... not taking sides or saying what he’s saying is . but if what he’s saying is the truth, the hospital must b sued... I want to know if his Dad’s test report is out confirming cause of death ...
Obour’s father died at the Ridge Hospital in the last week of March 2020 after he reportedly returned from the UK on March 19.
He was said to have started coughing on March 24, and as his condition was getting worse, Obour, the MUSIGA President ordered for him to be brought to Accra for treatment.
Obour, according to the reports, did not disclose his father’s travel history to the health officers at the hospital, and so, he was admitted to the emergency ward for treatment.
However, the situation kept worsening which called for further tests only for it to be known that Obour’s father had coronavirus.
This, the reports say, put the lives of about 20 health workers, as well as other patients in the ward who interacted with Obour because he is a music star.
Those health workers were consequently put on self-isolation until tests proved them negative.
Meanwhile, Obour had denied all the allegations and sworn that the spirit of his late father would speak for him.
His coronavirus test result was also released causing many tongues to wag on social media.
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