- Veteran actor Kojo Dadson has died at age 68, at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital in Accra
- His wife had died just two weeks earlier
- He was on admission for kidney failure and was on dialysis
- Kojo had previously suffered from a stroke and had been bound to a wheelchair for eight years
- Ghanaians have reacted to the sad news of his death
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Veteran Ghanaian actor, Kojo Dadson, has died at age 68, at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital where he had been on admission for some time.
Dadson was receiving treatment for kidney failure, a condition he has been battling with for years.
The actor was said to have been on dialysis to aid him to recover, however, death has snatched him away from his family, and Ghanaians at large.
The news about his death was sighted by YEN.com.gh in a report by Graphic.com.gh.
His death came exactly two weeks after his wife died.
He was said to have taken ill and become dehydrated after that bad experience, and was taken to the Ridge Hospital.
Further tests conducted on him showed he was suffering from kidney issues and so he was referred to Korle Bu.
Dadson was also recovering from a stroke he suffered for eight years, and so, all that while, he was confined to a wheelchair.
Some Ghanaians have reacted to Dadson's news and are so emotional.
Ekow, Michael, and Oyo wished Kojo a peaceful rest:
Esikyri thanked Kojo for making her childhood lively with his craft:
Kevmaster was shocked:
Osei was so sad to hear the sad news:
Richard's heart was broken:
Dadson was known for the many movies and series he featured in.
These include Love Brewed In An African Pot, Run Baby Run, Home Sweet Home, Sun City, Hotel St. James, and Doctor Love.
He was also loved for his humour and comic craft which he infused in his acting work.
Meanwhile, in other news, actress Nana Ama McBown's ex-boyfriend, Okyeame Kwame, has praised her wealth and dance moves in a new video.
Ghanaians are stunned by Okyeame's reaction and have called him a mature person.
Also, McBrown's daughter, Baby Maxin, surprised Ghanaians when she went shopping with her mother.
Maxin ignored her mother's choice of white for an item and went ahead to choose her own preferred colour red.
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