- The Accra Psychiatric Hospital has diagnosed comedian Funny Face with bipolar disorder
- This follows a re-examination order given by an Accra Circuit court
- Funny Face was seen in a video hurling insults at some personalities including Fadda Dickson and Bola Ray
Ghanaian comedian and actor Nana Yaw Oduro Boateng, commonly known as Funny Face, has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder at the Accra Psychiatric Hospital.
Host of “Entertainment Review" on Peace FM Kwasi Aboagye confirmed the latest development after the court-ordered Funny Face to be reexamined at the Accra Psychiatric Hospital.
Kwasi Aboagye relays that the police combed the whole of Accra including the main psychiatric hospital, but did not get a bed for Funny Face.
He was taken back to the police hospital after the bipolar disorder diagnosis due to the unavailability of beds.
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“I’m hearing that they roamed the entire Accra without getting a bed. Funny Face was previously sent to the Korle Bu psychiatric Hospital.
They went to the main psychiatric hospital but there were no beds. I have been told that Funny Face has finally been diagnosed with a form of bipolar disorder. Due to the no bed syndrome, he was sent back to the police hospital,” Kwasi Aboagye said.
Bipolar is a disorder associated with episodes of mood swings ranging from depressive lows to manic highs.
Manic episodes may include symptoms such as high energy, reduced need for sleep and loss of touch with reality.
Funny Face had previously confirmed he was depressed, but his recent threats and insults to Fadda Dickson, Bola Ray, and Adebayor led to his arrest.
The “children president” was arraigned before court and ordered to be examined psychologically.
In a related development, leading Ghanaian media personality, Fadda Dickson Narh, reacted to the vile words thrown his way by comedian Funny Face.
Fadda Dickson who shared a photo from his vacation in faraway Germany, indicated that he was not going to let some vile words stop him from helping people.
The Despite Media boss was seen in a photo dressed in all black designer wear as he dropped some words on the Gram.
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