Video : I stopped bedwetting when I turned 18-years-old – Akrobeto Surprisingly reveals

Video: I stopped bedwetting when I turned 18-years-old – Akrobeto Surprisingly reveals

Popular Ghanaian actor, Akwasi Boadi better known as Akrobeto has confessed he was a habitual bed wetter till age 18, can report.

Making the revelation on the Real News program on UTV, keenly monitored by, the Kumawood actor expressed his disappointments at the father who brutalized his three-year-old son with a cane and wire because of bedwetting as earlier reported by

The father, who is currently in the grips of the police in the Ashanti regional capital, Kumasi, vented his anger on the little boy for being stubborn and wetting his bed.

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Akrobeto who was furious at the actions of the little boy’s father questioned why someone would act cruelly to his own son, can report.

“A child who is only three-years, what sin at all has he committed? According to what people are saying, the child wets his bed. A three-year-old wets his bed and you beat him?

“You beat him such that if the video had gone viral people would have seen it.”

The comic actor who was surprised at the action of the boy’s father disclosed to viewers his hidden secret of how he wet his bed even at age 18.

According to him the father of the boy who is a fire service personnel should have known better.

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“As I am sitting here right now, I was almost 18-years-old when I stopped bed-wetting and so when a child who is three years wets his bed, is there an issue in this that you beat him like that. You are not even just a citizen but National Service personnel so you’re well educated.”

The host of the ‘Real News’ explained that it took the intervention of an apostle to cure him of the demoralizing condition which he found himself in.
“I was 18 years when Apostle Sarfo came for me at Ayiribi in Oppong Nkrumah’s constituency and brought me to Accra that is where I confessed to him that I was a bit wetter before he told me to forget about it and go to bed because it won’t happen again. He didn’t even pray for me, I just went to bed and that was it. So I remember vividly, I was 18-years-old before I stopped bedwetting. So I thanked Apostle Sarfo but for you to beat a three-year-old like this I won’t say anything because the police are dealing with it.”

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Bedwetting is involuntary urination while asleep after the age at which staying dry at night can be reasonably expected.

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