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KOD WAS WITH ME THE DAY THE ALLEGED RAPE OCCURRED AND BEGGED ME NOT TO MENTION HIS NAME - KKD DISCLOSES


Kwasi
Kyei Darkwa (KKD),the finest as he calls himself a Ghanaian entertainment icon and TV and Radio Personality has finally opened up since his alleged raped  case with Orleans Ewuraffe Thompson hit the nation and get people talking on December 27, 2014.
In a recent interview with Deloris Frimpong Manso on Viasat1 flagship program the ace
broadcaster disclosed that his brother and friend,
Kofi Okyere Darko (KOD), was with him at the
African Regent Hotel the night the incident
occurred, but went on his knees to beg him not to
mention his name.
In a very explicit interview, KKD gave a blow-to-
blow account of what transpired without mincing
words.
“KOD was there, he had knelt down begging me…
and I want to make this public today that those
whom he (KOD) mentioned their names, they
should also come out to deny what he was lying.”
KKD elaborated how KOD had said he had been
warned to stay away from him (KKD) because
some people were working to tarnish his image.
“Kwasi, two elderly men told me that some people
are plotting evil against you, so I (KOD) should
distance myself and that if I don’t, they will include
me.”
KKD, who appeared to be in an emotional state,
confidently told Delay that the truth is only one,
and that he will not call her to demand that the
interview be edited. “Why did KOD even beg me?”
he quizzed.

The once very blossoming friendship and
brotherhood between KOD and KKD seems to have
now hit the rocks, if what KKD said or did not say
in the interview is anything to go by. Using the
story of a song by veteran highlife musician, Nana
Ampadu, KKD disclosed that his relationship with
KOD is not as it used to be.
Although their friendship is still not as it used to
be, KKD says he is ready to support his friend and
brother whenever need be.
“When his (KOD’s) father died, I went to the funeral
because he is a family member; he is son of an
Adansi. Tradition demands that I can’t abandon or
neglect him. As for the funeral, I’ll attend; if
there’s any bad news, I’ll be there to support; but
I’ve learnt to be careful. He noted



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