Veteran entertainer Emmanuel Kojo Dadson has kicked the bucket. He was 68.
He passed on at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital on the morning of Wednesday, February 10, while going through dialysis for kidney issues.
Kojo Dadson, who gained fame for his part in productions such as Home Sweet Home had been recuperating from a stroke he endured in 2012 and which kept him wheelchair-headed for a very long time.
His sibling, PaJohn Bentsifi Dadson, notable on the arts and entertainment scene said he (Kojo Dadson) kicked the bucket precisely fourteen days after his adored spouse died.
As indicated by PaJohn, his sibling abruptly became frail seven days back and was dehydrated. He was first admitted at the Ridge Hospital where he was put on drips and they run a few tests on him.
He said the specialists determined him to have kidney issues and suggested dialysis. He went for his first dialysis meeting today at Korle Bu yet sadly passed on.
Kojo Dadson was a productive entertainer who included in featured in productions like Love Brewed In An African Pot, Run Baby Run, Home Sweet Home, Sun City, Hotel St. James, Doctor Love among others. He earned a reputation for his humor and comedic acting.
Kojo suffered a stroke in 2012 while doing what he adored best, acting. He likewise worked as a musician in the days when he was unable to move around a lot, he discovered comfort in it.
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