Ghanaian music stars KK Fosu and Bless hospitalised after near-fatal car crash

Both musicians are currently undergoing medical treatment at a nearby hospital, according to their handlers

Ghanaian music artists KK Fosu and Bless were involved in a devastating accident, Asaase News can report.

The incident happened on the Apam stretch on Saturday (25 May).

Both musicians are currently undergoing medical treatment at a nearby hospital, according to their handlers.

Details remain sketchy but sources close to the situation revealed that Bless suffered severe injuries, including a fractured leg, and is currently in critical condition.

Meanwhile, KK Fosu sustained injuries in the accident and is also being monitored by medics.

The weekend also recorded another accident in Kumasi which involved popular Kumawood actor Kwadwo Nkansah also known as Lil Win. The accident occurred just before 11 am at Amakom in front of the Grace Baptist Church.

He was rushed to the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital for treatment.

Reporting By Jonathan Ofori, Asaase Newsroom

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