Ghanaian female songstress who was birthed into a family of musicians, known as Gyakie, the daughter of 80’s highlife music legend Ernest 'Owoahene' Nana Acheampong, has heaped load of praises to Sandra Ohemeng better known in the media landscape as Sister Sandy.
According to Gyakie, who headlined her own event Live Expierence with Gyakie few days ago in Accra, was surprised when Sister Sandy, gorgeous TV presenter who is the host for the "Ahosepe" segment on BADWAM, Adom TV's morning magazine, showed up together with her crew to support her.
“I love Sister Sandy so much for her great support for the Ghana Music Industry, I am a great fan of her show, and I want to thank her for all the great love and support she has been giving to all mainstream and upcoming artistes”, Gyakie said.
She further indicated that, her show would not have been a success without the great support of his loving fans. Sister Sandy in response to Gyakie’s appreciation comments about her, posted a touching message to thank her for recognizing her great works.
Sister Sandy wrote, “Finally someone is appreciating us oo, thank you very much Gyakie, this means a lot to our camp, because many of your colleagues don’t even known how to say Thank you after promoting them’.
Watch full video and sister Sandy reply from link below:
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