Entertainment of Tuesday, 7 February 2017
Ghanaian hiplife artiste Kwame Nsiah Apau popularly called ‘Rap Doctor’ has hinted that his younger brother who was struck by mild stroke Kunta Kinte of Bradez fame will be returning to school to pursue his tertiary education.
The vibrant artiste, years back, stopped the University of Ghana, Legon during his second year when he was hit by the stroke.
Speaking with Nana Hemaa on Abusua FM’s Entertainment titbit, the ‘Rap Doctor’ disclosed that his brother will enrol at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) as a fresh student in September 2017.
According to him, his brother is now fit and can carry with his education which was somehow cut short by sickness.
‘The most important thing now is for Kunta Kinte to enrol in school, after that he will drop hit songs for his fans. I am encouraged by his cheerful demeanour. I ask all and sundry to continue to pray for him,’ he pleaded.
He prayed to God for saving his brother Kunta Kinte who almost died due to the sudden sickness adding that he was saved by grace.
‘Major parts of his body such his legs, eyes, mouth and hand were all affected, if he were to be another person, he would have considered suicide but thankfully to God, he didn’t,’ he intimated.
Kunta Kinte was in the Bachelor of Fine Arts (school of Performing Arts) at University of Ghana.