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The motorcycle rider who knocked down late Ghanaian reggae/dancehall musician Vybrant Faya, real name Emmanuel Koo Quayeson has made revelations about the unfortunate incident.
On Sunday, October 23, 2016, the late “Mampi General” died at a spot near Villagio at the Tetteh Quarshie Interchange area on the Tema Motorway – N1 Highway after he was hit by one Emmanuel Asiedu with a Honda VFR motorcycle.
Narrating the unfortunate incident on the Showbiz Agenda show hosted by Sammy Flex on Zylofon 102.1 FM, Asiedu, noted that he did not sight anyone on the road, before the accident occurred.
“What I could remember is, I saw a very big, blue banner moving in the sky. Frankly, I did not see anyone crossing the road,” he revealed.
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Asked whether he was drunk while driving the motorcycle, he mentioned that he is not a drinker (alcoholic) and was not drunk at the time of the incident. He also added that he spent seven (7) days at the 37 Military Hospital following the accident, in order to help in the recovery process.
He has also debunked rumors that he was contracted to kill the “Mampi” hitmaker, adding that he values human life.
“Many people presumed the accident was a contract killing but that’s palpably false. I value human life so I wouldn’t have done that,” he added.
More so, the professional welder who revealed that he supported the family in diverse ways during the funeral stated that his “left shoulder bone has ceased functioning properly. He also added that although he still feels pain, its has been better after taking medication and undergoing physiotherapy exercise.
Emmanuel also took the opportunity announce a road safety campaign on the wearing of helmet while riding a motorcycle.
The late Shatta Movement Family (SMF) act was also noted for songs like ‘Budum-Budum’, ‘Give Me That’ and ‘Ama Maaga’.