I took wrong medication – throwback Video of late KODA speaking about his health resurfaces


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Kofi Owusu Dua Anto, better known by his stage name “KODA,” was a well-known gospel performer from Ghana who passed away on Sunday, April 21, 2024, at the age of 45.

KODA was earlier reported battling from kidney disease until he gave up to a ghost

Having previously talked at length about having a condition known as G6PD deficiency, it seems that KODA was not one to back down from talking about his health in public.

He talked about how, during one bout of illness, he was given the wrong medication at an unnamed hospital in Takoradi. He emphasised how this incident changed him forever and made him demand answers for his health. The video he posted online went over this.

He stated that he became aware that something was wrong when he began to experience amusing symptoms periodically after receiving treatment over the course of two days in 2016 or so.

“So, I remember one day being bold enough to google the medication I was given and I noticed that one major element that I was asked to take was a Sulphur-based medication and immediately I told myself that I had a medical condition called G6PD.

“I know for sure that Sulphur is one of the things that I am not supposed to take. Why the people, they want kill me or what? Because I had taken the medication for over 6 close to 8 months,” he added.

He voiced his concerns to the doctors upon his return to the hospital, and they apologised; however, that experience only piqued his interest in the diagnosis and treatment the doctors had prescribed.

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