Nana Kwame Ampadu, the highlife legend who died on Tuesday, September 28 after a brief illness, will be granted a state funeral.
This was said by Eugene Arhin, Director of Communications at the Presidency, at the Weekly Jubilee Press Briefing held today at the Jubilee House. This statement was made public.
“Finally, the President has decided to give Nana Ampadu, the late great Ghanaian highlife artist, a state-assisted burial in recognition of his contributions to the advancement of Ghanaian music.” This information will be given to the late singer’s family. And for this honorable son of Ghana, an appropriate funeral service will be arranged.”
Richard Brown, better known as Osebo the Zara Man, the Ghanaian fashionista, has confessed that he has no ambitions to marry any of his baby mamas.
Osebo revealed that he had five children with three baby mamas in an interview with Abeiku Santana on Okay FM, but that he has no plans to marry any of them.
The host questioned why the fashion designer had no intentions to marry any of his baby mamas, despite the fact that they have children together. According to O…continue reading