The love I’ve received is breathtaking – Kuami Eugene shares health update

The love I’ve received is breathtaking – Kuami Eugene shares health update

Ghanaian musician Kuami Eugene has broken his silence about his health following a recent accident he was involved in on Sunday, March 17th.

The singer took to his Instagram page on Friday, March 28th to express his gratitude to God, his family, and the medical staff at the University of Ghana Medical Centre for their care and support during his recovery.

In the post, Kuami Eugene thanked his fans and the general public for their prayers and well wishes since the accident occurred. He described the outpouring of support as “breathtaking and beyond expectations.” The post also included a picture of the musician in the hospital, wearing a cast on his hand, presumably due to a broken hand.

Despite his injuries, Kuami Eugene was seen making music from his hospital bed with his equipment by his side. The accident took place near the DSTV office towards the Dzorwulu traffic light in Accra, as reported by eyewitness Emmanuel Ajarfor Abugri, the Editor for Modern Ghana news portal.

Abugri explained that the accident occurred when a tipper truck, moving slowly without a tail light, was crashed into by the musician’s car from behind. He stated that the dark conditions on the N1 highway, coupled with the lack of street lights, contributed to the accident.

Fortunately, Kuami Eugene and his passenger were not severely injured, thanks in part to the singer’s cautious driving. Some motorists who witnessed the accident volunteered to rush them to the hospital for medical attention.

Meanwhile, the Vice President of the Ghana Medical Association, Prof Dr. Ernest Yorke, debunked claims made by a supposed doctor, Amina Haarun, regarding Kuami Eugene’s health status post-accident.

According to Dr. Yorke, after investigations, it was discovered that Amina Haarun is not listed in the records of the University of Ghana Medical School where Kuami Eugene was treated.

He emphasized that she is not a registered doctor with the Medical and Dental Council or the GMA, labeling her as an imposter seeking to tarnish the reputation of the medical profession.