Update: Amakye Dede Transferred To Korle Bu For Treatment

Update: Amakye Dede Transferred To Korle Bu For Treatment

Update: Amakye Dede Transferred To Korle Bu For Treatment

The ambulance that brought in Amakye Dede to Korle bu

Highlife veteran, Amakye Dede who was reported yesterday to be involved in a gory accident that claimed the life of his manger has been reportedly transferred to the korle Bu teaching hospital for further treatment.

The ‘Iron Boy’ hit singer escaped death ahead of a performance in the Eastern Region, but his manager and popular journalist Isaac Yeboah lost his life.

Update: Amakye Dede Transferred To Korle Bu For Treatment

One of the vehicles that caused the accident

Amakye Dede’s bodyguard, Prince Mensah, 43, who is also in a critical condition, is being transferred to the 37 Military Hospital.

Update: Amakye Dede Transferred To Korle Bu For Treatment

Amakye Dede's mangled car

According to Agoo FM’s Kofi Ansong Baffour, close friends and associates of Amakye Dede including Osei Kwame Despite of Peace FM facilitated his movement to Accra for thorough treatment.

Update: Amakye Dede Transferred To Korle Bu For Treatment

Another picture of a mangles benz bus

Amakye Dede and his entourage were reportedly going for a show when a vehicle rammed into their parked vehicle. The Operations Officer of the Kyebi Divisional Police Command, ASP Peter Okyere has confirmed the incident.

According to an eyewitness account, the highlife great was changing in his car ahead of his performance when the motor accident occurred.He said a cab driver overtook a bus and in an attempt to avoid a head on crash, the driver veered off into the vehicle of the musician.

The accident occurred close to Osino, after the popular Paradise Filling Station. The artiste and his bodyguard sustained severe injuries and were rushed to the Osiem Government Hospital for treatment.

Yeboah, who passed away, was the editor of the tabloid P&P.

 

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