Ghanaian rapper, Jerry Anaba, popularly known as Okomfour Kwadee has been neglected by his family at a rehabilitation centre for four (4) years, according to Lydia Abena Manu, leader and founder of Willing Ways Foundation.

According to a report by Taabea TV, the founder said Okomfour Kwadee was brought to the rehabilitation centre on July 22, 2013, by his mother and ever since nobody has been to the Centre to visit him or to even make a donation to him.

“I provide him with shelter, food and many other things he needs but his family members, his fellow musicians, the Ghana Music Right Organization (GHAMRO) and the Musicians Union Of Ghana association (MUSIGA) have abandoned him… they’ve not paid him, even a visit”, the reporter said.

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He is known for his storytelling style of rendition and unique lyrics.

Okomfour Kwadee went off the scene for a couple of years due to alleged mental ailment but bounced back in 2012 with an album titled “Menie”.