Eight years after being incapacitated by a stroke, veteran actor, Kojo Dadson of Home Sweet Home’ is working on his possible recovery. The famous Ghanaian actor was bound to a wheelchair for a significant length of time with a somewhat distorted face while he struggled with speech. Dadson has since been shuffling to adapt to his better approach for life after encountering a stroke in 2012.
Regardless of his deteriorated health, the weak actor has managed to learn certain basic skills to go about his daily engagements with little support. In most recent photos indicating his present states, the actor doesn't show up truly fit however is by all accounts reacting to treatment. Resilient 68-year-old Dadson has overcome difficulties, for example, speaking, dressing-up and walking with the aid of a stick and his family
TV3's Konxept Worae visited him to determine the present health status of the veteran actor. At the hour of the visit, Dadson was en route to his standard back rub treatment at the Mab International Hospital at Nyamekye in Accra.
Doctors have prompted that the debilitated actor visits the medical clinic two times per week for his back massage treatment. In any case, Dadson reveals that he cannot achieve the suggestion as a result of the money related weight. The back massage treatment is particularly necessary to also improve his condition and it assumes a significant job in his key recuperation process. Resolved to bob back to dynamic life and to his calling, Dadson has been doing the unimaginable aside clinging to his normal clinical registration.
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