Angel TV's Kwadwo Dickson shed tears of emotional joy as he remembered what Kwame Sefa Kaye told him. He said that he have now Seen exactly what Kwame Sefa Kaye Told him at Peace FM concerning flowers.
He Explained that, when he was at Peace FM, he used to pluck flowers at the back of his car for decoration purpose. Kwame Sefa Kaye walked up to him one day and said
" Wofa, the plucking of flowers is too much. You will not pluck it to please your eyes. People will pluck it and celebrate you for your good works. You may not see it today at Peace FM but it will surely come to pass"
Kwadwo Dickson said this when Stacey Amoateng and other staff members brought a very big bouquet of flowers to him on live TV as he celebrates his 70th birthday today.
Kwadwo Dickson could not hold his tears as he felt that, what Kwame Sefa Kaye said has come to pass as he is treated with flowers today. He shed tears of joy as he spoke. May his birthday be a glorious one full of Joy.
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