kofi Kinaata

The scourge of Ghana’s troubles, according to rapper cum singer, Kofi Kinaata, is firmly put in the patriotic songs we have.

The Fante rap king and multiple award winner, whose songwriting skills have seen him win several Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA), claims that a song like ‘Yen Ara Asaase Ni’ has been roughly translated by locals who believe that Ghana’s land belongs to everyone.

He claims that it is for this reason that people erect a variety of constructions on rivers and in whatever accessible place they come across. Watch the video below to learn more.

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Meanwhile, Maxwell Mensah, the husband of Ghanaian actress and television personality Nana Ama McBrown, has finally responded to Counselor Lutterodt’s comments made a few weeks after the pair married.

It may be noted that in a radio interview, notorious counselor Cyril George Castenson Lutterodt stated that Nana Ama Mcbrown’s marriage will continue a long time since she is older than her husband, Maxwell Mensah.














Source: Dklassgh.com