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Doctors gave me wrong medications for almost 8 months — Video of late KODA talking about his illness surfaces

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A video of Ghanaian musician, KODA talking about his illness has surfaced on social media.

Ghanaians on social media clearly finds it hard to process the sudden death of the famous gospel musician and are asking questions about the main reason behind his death.

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Though it was reported earlier that he died as a result of kidney issues, a video of him talking about his illness has popped up on social media.

In the video, KODA narrated how a doctor of a particular hospital in Takoradi gave him wrong medications which he ignorantly took for almost eight months before finding out he had been taking the wrong medication.

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KODA also mentioned the name of illness he was battling in the video and gave a vivid background information about how he had been coping with the illness all these while.

Watch the video below to know more…

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