Okomfour Kwadee finally speaks on his health status.
Rapper gives update on the state of his mental being.
Award-winning Ghanaian rapper, Okomfour Kwadee, has once again reassured his fans of his improved health status.
The musician who is known for relapsing into a mental illness called "manic depression" has in a statement declared that he is now well with his family and he will be returning to music soon for the first time in five years, to their delight.
“I am at peace with my family and for a long time in about twenty years, I have been able to live under the same roof with my parents in a hearty and comfy conversation.
"Although I’m not there yet, I know I will soon fully recover with the support I’m receiving from my family and the music industry. They didn’t wait for me to pass on before showing me this love," he said.
The "Ofie Nipa" hitmaker, who has for the past twelve years been in and out of rehabilitation facilities after suffering a mental breakdown on suspicion of drug abuse, has now assured his fans of his seemingly permanent recovery
He has for the last six years spent his days at the Willing Ways Foundation Rehabilitation Centre at Ejisu Krapa in the Ashanti region but made his assertions at his private residence in Kumasi.
"I read and watch what’s happening in the media space and the commentaries about me and sometimes it’s just fulfilling. The last time, I was reading some of the comments under my ‘Abrantee’ video on YouTube and it got me teary. The well wishes, prayers, and a rallying call for my comeback.”
“I’m grateful to Ghanaians and my family. I can assure all that I am working on myself and I know, I will be back on the music scene very soon. I have begun working on my new EP and as you can see, whilst sticking to my medications.” Okomfour Kwadee concluded while speaking with MyNewsGh.com’s Evans Osei-Bonsu.