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I’m Not Bewitching My Son – Kwadee’s Mother Speaks

The mother of Ghanaian hiplife musician, Jerry Johnson Anaba, well known as Okomfour Kwadee has reacted to claims that she is preventing people from helping her mentally-ill son.
In an interview on Kumasi-based Pure FM, Kwadee’s mother says she is not responsible for her son’s dementia neither has she relent in the fight for Kwadee’s recovery.

Madam Cecilia rather sought for court’s injection to prevent the facility where Kwadee was receiving treatment from releasing him for shows.
She disclosed that her son sometimes take shows and get uses drugs to help him perform whilst at the rehab.
Notwithstanding, musician turned pastor, Lord Kenya had earlier told Andy Dosty in an interview that he is appalled the family of his former colleague has deliberately prevented persons with good intentions from visiting Kwadee or offering any form of assistance to him and has sought to seek an injunction on persons allowed to visit the now derailed musician.

Reacting to these claims, Kwadee’s mother said;
“I am not the one bewitching my son and I would want my son recover more than anyone. Although we have had an estranged relationship in the past, Kwadee in his prime never turned his back to the family so it will be in my best interest to ensure that my son returns to normalcy so he can take care of us now that we are aging.

”We need help and graciously Hammer Nti and his team are helping us but that alone cannot be enough so how can I turn people who have offered to help my son away?

”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 believed he had in the past experienced and survived a [rehabilitation] experience before.”

“The injunction was against unsuspecting persons who have been profiting from Kwadee without the family’s notice and consent and also the rehab facility who has been releasing my son to these persons.
”I took them to legal aid to ensure that my son focuses and recovers.”

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