Highlife legend, Amakye Dede joined members of the St. Joseph, the Worker Catholic Church at Lapaz in Accra on Sunday to fellowship.
The aim was to thank God for sparing his life in the gory accident that claimed the life of his manager, Isaac Yeboah on New Year’s Day. This was a day after Amakye Dede cried uncontrollably at the two weeks celebration of Isaac Yeboah which was held at the Abrantie Spot.
After his discharge from the Hospital, the veteran singer has expressed gratitude to all for their visits, prayers, support and encouragement. He also thanked individuals like President John Dramani Mahama, Nana Akufo-Addo, CEO of Despite Group, Osei Kwame and all Ghanaians for the show of support as he recuperated from the crash that killed his manager and long-time friend Isaac Yeboah.
Amakye Dede upon his transfer to Accra after the accident spent a few days at the Cardiothoracic Unit of the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital, where he was treated. At the Church on Sunday in the company of friends and family, Amakye Dede knelt and laid lying prostrate in church to show gratitude to his maker.
Amakye Dede and his team, comprising of his bodyguard and manager had an accident on the Accra-Kumasi Highway. Amakye Dede and his bodyguard were hospitalized in the Eastern Region, but were later transferred to Accra.
The three, who sat in a stationary Toyota Corolla Car, were crashed by a sprinter bus which veered off its lane and run into them. Amakye Dede and his bodyguard, Prince Mensah have since been treated and are both reported to be responding to treatment.
Meanwhile, the late manager of highlife musician Amakye Dede, Isaac Yeboah will be buried on 29th January, 2015.
Isaac Yeboah, who left behind a wife and two children, has been the Editor for Ghana’s popular P&P newspaper for many years and he was a regular contributor to several showbiz radio programmes in Ghana.