Madam Cecilia Atootaga, the mother of Ghana’s prolific rapper, Okomfour Kwaddee, has clarified the reason behind her decision to bar her son from the public and visitors.
According to her, her son’s amnesia condition demands that he stays in the rehabilitation centre and receive constant and periodic medication to better his chances of revival.
In an interview with Pure FM, Madam Cecilia refuted the claims that she has deliberately stopped everyone from visiting his son as been speculated by some industry players.
She stressed that until her son’s condition improves, she is not going to allow him to be opened and accommodating to the public.
“I was called that some people wanted my son in Accra for a show, I declined only to called back some weeks later and be informed that my son was released without my permission. She assured me he will come back but after one month, he didn’t come back. Can you imagine that when I asked of the people, she told me she doesn’t even have their number. That is what made me put the injunction on my son,” she explained
Reacting to reports that she threatened to sue Lord Kenya who has constantly been updating Ghanaians on Kwadee’s health, Madam Cecilia said the reports were false.
“I have not threatened to sue Lord Kenya; I can’t do that because I am the one who called on him in the first place to assist my son because I know he had [rehabilitation] experience,” she added.
Okomfour Kwadee has been under rehabilitation for close to 15 years due to some brain instabilities he has been battling with.