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Nana Ampadu will be beyond all doubt missed - Mahama

Previous President John Dramani Mahama has praised late highlit legend Nana Kwame Ampadu, saying: "He will be sincerely missed".

"My top pick of his assortments is Oman Bo Adwo", the 2020 banner carrier of the primary resistance Public Democratic Congress (NDC) posted on Facebook. Prior, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo additionally said he will remain eternaly thankful to the late veteran for having faith in his vision and helping him on the battle field in front of the 2016 races. Nana Ampadu passed on Tuesday, 28 September 2021, at the Legon Clinic in Accra where he was getting treatment for a sickness. He was 76.

In a Facebook post, Mr Akufo-Addo added that Nana Ampadu will be woefully missed.The post read: "I have learnt, with extraordinary pity, of the passing of one of Ghana's melodic symbols, the amazing highlife artiste, Nana Ampadu. The overflowing of pain by numerous Ghanaians, following the information on his passing, is an enthusiasm for the effect his music had on progressive ages of Ghanaians"."Nana Ampadu put stock in my vision for the change of Ghana, and helped me massively on the battle field in the approach my triumph in the appointment of 2016, for which I remain unceasingly thankful".

"His was a daily routine very much experienced, and he will be woefully missed".

"My profound sympathies to his widow, kids and family."Rest in perfect peace, Nana, and may the Almighty keep you in His Bosom until the Last Day of the resurrection when we shall all meet again. Amen". Nana Ampadu, da yie, Nyame nfa wo kra nsie."Ampadus 'African Brothers Band" was shaped in 1963.

He came to unmistakable quality in 1967 when he delivered his melody Ebi Te Yie (or "Some Are Well Seated"), a tune that was viewed as possibly incredulous of the then-administering National Freedom Council and vanished from the wireless transmissions, just returning after the finish of military guideline.

In 1973, he won a cross country rivalry in Ghana to be delegated the Odwontofoohene, or "Artist in-Boss.

A portion of his well known tunes incorporate Obra (which turned into the signature melody for one of the Akan Drama shows circulated on GTV on Sundays), Getty, Oman Bo Adwo, Ebi Te Yie, Kofi Nkrabea, Yaw Berko and Obi Benya Wo.

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