Fine Details Of Ghastly Accident Involving KK Fosu, Bless And 2 Others

A fatal accident happened on the Accra-Apam Highway on Saturday, May 25, 2024, leaving all four occupants of a black Toyota Camry adversely affected.

The driver of the car was incidentally the least affected while his fellow passenger in the front seat succumbed to his injuries.

The two other passengers in the back seat were top Ghanaian highlife musicians K.K. Fosu and Bless of ‘Chocho Mu Cho’ fame.

Nana Obiri Yeboah, the driver narrated the sequence leading to the head-on collision with a passenger vehicle in an interview on UTV's United Showbiz show later that evening.

He recounted how on their way to attend a wedding in the Central Region, a case of wrongful overtaking by a white Benz 350 forced all cars going in the Apam Junction direction to move to the shoulders of the road to allow the passenger vehicle to pass before they return onto the road.

"Like the other cars, we also moved to the shoulder of the road to allow the errant driver to pass, it turned out that he actually crashed into our car, a situation I became aware of when I regained consciousness," he told MzGee.

"The three passengers had already been sent to the Apam Hospital when I regained consciousness. I asked and was told where they had been sent. I quickly ensured that our key belongings were secured before heading to the hospital.

"I can confirm that KK and Bless suffered broken legs, KK's own was less damaging than Bless', the other passenger, an aide to Bless, apparently died on the spot," he added.

A video shared online by UTV showed the mangled bonnet of the saloon car they were travelling in.

Photos of the two musicians in a hospital bed showed the extent of injuries that they sustained.

Nana Obiri Yeboah also confirmed that the three of them have since been brought back to Accra in an ambulance and have been admitted at the University of Ghana Medical Center (UGMC) for further treatment.

Meanwhile, the errant Benz driver has reported to the Apam Police and is helping with investigations, GhanaWeb has learnt.