In life it's only three things; you want to please your God, you want to be well and you want to be happy and I think I’m on track”.
Broadcaster, Kwasi Kyei Darkwah KKD has revealed that the rape charged that was leveled against him by 19-year-old, Ewuraffe Orleans-Thompson affected his personality positively.
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“It has affected the brand KKD positively. People have become kind to me, people have become more embracing and I think another thing that it has done for the brand is, it has redirected the energies of the brand towards those who wants to help us soar.
No matter how good you are, no matter how brilliant you are, there will be those who will be your detractors. You can’t focus on those (detractors), you must focus on the good things that you can do. The good contributions you can bring to the society and get on with it.
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After all my son is 21, my girl is working for Tom Ford, my daughter is 19 now and she is a second year student at the university studying political science and international relation and I have restored them. In life it's only three things; you want to please your God, you want to be well and you want to be happy and I think I’m on track”.
KKD was discharged by His Lordship Philip Bright Mensah, J. presiding over the High Court (Fast Track Division), Accra after the state filed a Nolle Prosequi ("An intention not to prosecute") in the matter.