The Ghana Music Industry has been hit with yet another sad news this morning as one of the popular musicians in Upper West Region, Abdullai Faridu, popularly known in the entertainment industry as Gameboy Waaluu has just been confirmed dead, Radio Tamale confirmed.
The incidence which has taken the entire Upper West region into tears is reportedly to have occurred this morning. The Upper West Region has really lost a great person as his music was one of the most played in the entire region.
The sad incidence was announced by the leading radio station in Upper West, Home Radio and confirmed by Radio Tamale in the northern region as shown in the screenshot below
Gameboy Waaluu comes from the camp of Nwaii Family who is very energetic and enthusiastic about his music. He was one of the most talented artists Ghanaians kept their eyes on but unfortunately, death took him too early from us.
He is the owner of one of the multiple streamed songs title "we must collect" which targeted lovers out there. His death has since gone viral all over social media.
His death is a big blow to the Ghana music industry. May his soul rest in peace
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