Photos: DJ Abrantee discharged to continue his rehabilitation from home

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DJ Abrantee discharged to continue his rehabilitation from homeCapital XTRA DJ Abrantee following his stroke has spent the last eight months in hospital recovering and moving forward will continue his rehabilitation from home.

The British-Ghanaian DJ known privately as Simon Boateng was discharged last month and hopes to pick up the remains of his life in one bit in the weeks to come.

Earlier, fans and well-wishers of the DJ Abrantee were entreated to support him after he suffered from a stroke in August 2017 through a GoFundMe page account where the family of Capital XTRA created to get aid from the public in his absence.

Abrantee is known to be championing the Afrobeats genre in UK although we’re yet to hear of any afrobeat donor support publicly.

DJ Abrantee discharged to continue his rehabilitation from homeAlthough he is still recovering, he’s also blessed to  be getting support from his mother who left Ghana to see the wellbeing of him. It’s good to note that Abrantee’s girlfriend May7ven is also there to see him recovery quickly.

Although it’s not an easy journey, Abrantee believes he will walk again. “Somehow someway, I believed that I would walk again and walk myself out of the hospital instead of the wheelchair they had planned for the rest of my life. My family, mrs and Pastor Albert ? drilled it in my ear daily that I would walk out of the hospital. It was then, that i realised one of my greatest assets as a human; DETERMINATION to succeed! Determination to keep fighting and never giving up in order to achieve what was deemed impossible after the stroke.
#WhateverItTakes! #GodHasntFinishedWithMeYet,” he captioned one photo of him on social media.  DJ Abrantee discharged to continue his rehabilitation from homeA stroke is a serious life-threatening medical condition. There are approximately 152,000 strokes in the UK every year. That is more than one every five minutes.  People who survive a stroke are often left with long-term problems and some people need a long period of rehabilitation before they can recover their former independence, while others never fully recover and need support adjusting to living with the effects of their stroke.

The recent photo below obtained by netbuzzafrica.com portrays he’s currently picking up his remains and we wish him well.DJ Abrantee discharged to continue his rehabilitation from home

 


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