Francisca Gawugah, often known as Sista Afia, is an Afro-pop singer and the niece of Ghanaian Bishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams. She was born in Accra and raised in Kumasi. She studied nursing at Reverend John Teye Memorial Institute before moving to the United Kingdom to further her education.
Francisca Gawugah, better known by her stage name Sista Afia, is a Ghanaian singer and songwriter from Accra. She was born on November 8, 1993. Her single "Jeje," which features dancehall singer Shatta Wale and Afezi Perry, helped her acquire recognition.
Sista Afia returned to Ghana in 2015 to pursue a career in music. She worked on the song 'Kro Kro No' with singer Bisa Kdei, who inspired her.
After a verbal exchange, Sista Afia got in a physical altercation with rapper Freda Rhymz.
The singer is a qualified nurse in the United Kingdom, but she believes her true calling is music, which she defines as "something she loves." “I used to be a nurse, but I believe I've taken a break from it. I'm putting together my own tiny restaurant and shisha lounge.”
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