Entertainment of Tuesday, 16 April 2013
Source: Joy Online
Hiplife artiste, Yaw Siki has been able to utter his first words in 17 hours after he was involved in a near fatal accident on the Accra-Tema Motorway during the wee hours of Monday.
The accident is said to have occurred around 12am when Yaw Siki and a friend, driver of the vehicle, were returning from Accra to Tema after a business meeting.
The car – a 2004 Toyota Camry – they were travelling in is said to have somersaulted near the Kingsway International Christian Centre (KICC) Dominion Centre.
Yaw Siki, born Isaac Okine, according reports sustained severe head injuries while the driver of the car sustained minor injuries.
Charles Adu Koranteng, manager of Yaw Siki told Myjoyonline.com that the Wope Dodo hit singer is responding to treatment at the Intensive Care Unit of the 37 Military Hospital.
According to Charles, also known as Mc Coaches, Yaw’s condition “is better than [when the accident happened] as at this dawn he couldn’t speak to us but this afternoon; he can say something but can’t talk much.”
When asked about the extent of head injury the rapper sustained, Mc Coaches said, the injury was “very bad. Different cuts around the head. The doctors have done some stitches and they have bandaged them.”
He said management of the artiste is yet to know the whereabouts of the car.
“The police came to tow the car so when we got back it wasn’t there. We are yet to find the police station they took it to,” Mc Coaches said.
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