‘Abodam’, as he is affectionately called, left the hospital at about 8.30pm after being treated for stomach related ailment.
He was subsequently whisked to the Kumasi Central Prisons where he has been on remand over the last three weeks.
Meanwhile, lawyers of the embattled musician have filed a motion for bail at the High Court after the Circuit Court refused their initial bail plea.
Kwaw Kese is on remand for smoking weed in public.
Although the case at the Circuit Court has been adjourned to December 22, the application for bail at the higher court is likely to be held today or early next week.
The “Man insane” is likely to serve a maximum of 11 years in jail should he be found guilty.
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