Richard Frimpong: Man wakes up in UK hospital after 8 months of being in coma due to COVID-19

Richard Frimpong: Man wakes up in UK hospital after 8 months of being in coma due to COVID-19

- A man named Richard Frimpong who used to play for Ghana in the hockey team travelled to the UK and got COVID-19 in 2020

- For 8 months, the man was in a coma and has just come around and has been discharged

- He was greeted in a chilling video by a parade of medical staff who could not keep their cool to see Richard Frimpong back on his feet

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Richard Frimpong, a Ghanaian man who was in the United Kingdom in 2020 and contracted COVID-19 went into a coma as a result and has woken up after eight months.

In a video shared on the verified Facebook handle of Daily Graphic, Richard was seen being heralded and cheered on by a parade of medical staff in the hospital who were inexplicably excited that he has come around.

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The Ghanaian man himself was calm as he was being walked down a staircase, probably because he had little idea how much everyone longed for him to come around.

See the video below:

It is indicated that Richard Frimpong is a sportsman who has actually played in the Ghanaian hockey team for the country in times past.

He is also an alumnus of Accra Academy, one of the popular high schools in the Greater Accra Region, and he is popularly called “Iron" as a nickname.

It is reported that Richard has not only gotten out of the coma but has recorded sufficiently and has been discharged from the hospital.

He will probably be back in Ghana soon.

Richard Frimpong: Man wakes up in UK hospital after 8 months of being in coma due to COVID-19
Richard Frimpong: Man wakes up in UK hospital after 8 months of being in coma due to COVID-19 Credit: Daily Graphic
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In a full video that was seen by YEN.com.gh on YouTube, Tsatsu recounted how he made history in his time by successfully writing and passing entrance exams when he was only eight years old.

Tsatsu Tsikata also disclosed that he was made to jump classes for his brilliant performances and studied for five years in primary school instead of the regular six.

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