Ghanaians where engulfed in sorrow on 30th January 2019, when the young singer met his demise, after a long battle with illness. Anokye Supremo was a fledgling highlife musician, who by virtue of his close resemblance with veteran singer, Daddy Lumba gained swift attention from Ghanaians. However, it didn't take long for him to get struck by a strange disease which saw him experience profound swells in his face.
Anokye supremo was diagnosed with brain tumour and required gargantuan sum to undergo a surgery. He pleaded the public to help raise funds to help him get the surgery done, but the support didn't come on time. The surgery happened but the young musician unfortunately sunk into coma and died.
Supremo left behind his adorable daughter who couldn't witness her dad's music success and had to live the rest of her life without her biological father. Check out her pictures.
Wondering what some of his hit songs were? "Krom Aye de" and "Medie nie" were some of his popular songs he released.
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