K. K. Kabobo passes away after battling liver disease

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K. K. Kabobo passes away

K. K. Kabobo, a veteran highlife musician, has passed away.

On Adom FM’s morning programme, Dwaso Nsem, highlife musician Kaakyire Kwame Appiah corroborated the information.

On March 14, K. K. Kabobo, who had been ill for some time, passed away early in the morning.

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While receiving treatment for a liver ailment, he passed away.

The hitmaker of Onyame Ehu Wu, according to Kaakyire Kwame Appiah, was taken to the University of Ghana Medical Centre (UGMC) on Thursday. He passed away right away.

Barely two weeks have passed since the veteran musician revealed his sickness to the public.

One fan on the artist’s behalf posted on Facebook that the singer had been ill for months and that the family’s out-of-pocket medical bills were insufficient.

Following the announcement, KK Kabobo’s medical expenditures were publicly funded by donations made by former President John Mahama, Samira Bawumia, Wendy Shay, and the Ghana Music Rights Organisation (GHAMRO).

Before becoming a musician, Kwabena Kwakye Kabobo worked as a student teacher.

In 1978, the veteran Highlife vocalist formed Explosive Jets, his debut band. His debut album, released in 1981, featured the popular song Nyatse Nyatse (Girl).

Onyame Ehuwo, one of his songs, was named 1992’s song of the year and had the best record sales in Ghana.

Covenant Mission Bible College ordained K. K. Kabobo as a minister in 2012.

16 children were left behind by the singer.

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