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Okomfo Kwadee’s Latest Video Strikes a Chord, Stirring Emotions Among Ghanaians [Watch Now]

Juliet Korkor 4 days ago 0

Ghanaians are experiencing a mix of sadness and concern upon seeing a recent video of the formerly vibrant musician, Okomfo Kwadee, revealing the harsh reality of his present circumstances.

Once celebrated for his talent and charisma, Okomfo Kwadee now appears disheveled and financially challenged, presenting a stark juxtaposition to his former glory.

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The legendary hiplife artist, whose real name is Jerry Anaba, was filmed performing for a sizable crowd in his hometown, and the video has rapidly circulated on social media platforms.

In the viral video, Okomfo Kwadee can be seen performing his popular 2002 hit song “Meyere Ne Menpena” for a crowd in what appears to be a dusty park without a proper stage setup.

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Instead, he stood in the midst of the audience, entertaining them with his music. The hitmaker looked untidy, wearing a men’s tank top paired with rolled-up jeans.

For many Ghanaians who grew up listening to Okomfo Kwadee’s music and admiring his talent, witnessing his current state is deeply troubling.

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The video has sparked a wave of concern and empathy for the once-celebrated musician.

Watch video below…

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