Narrating the mysterious death of his father who was a known and popular musician in Ghana in the 90s, Obibini Takyi Junior thinks the death of his father wasn't natural.
Speaking to Christian Agyei Frimpong host of Anigye Mmere, Entertainment Show aired on Onua FM, Obibini Takyi Junior claims his father Obibini Takyi sent Charles Kwadwo Fosu popularly known as Daddy Lumba to court of a copy right matters.
He said his father won the case after court verdict so Daddy Lumba was fined to pay a ransom to please Obibini Takyi.
He said: "My father sent Daddy Lumba to court after he noticed a copy right issue, he won the case and the offender was fined to pay a ransom, after receiving thr money, my father died without falling sick seriously, I think he didn't even spend all the money he received, I didn't receive any of his properties also I was left to suffer"
Obibini Takyi Junior followed his father footsteps and is now a musician as his father. He ended by saying his father didn't even finish spending the fine Daddy Lumba paid to him concerning the copy right saga.
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