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As it is always known Ghanaians celebrate the dead more than the livingAmpadu was born at Adiemmra on the Afram Plains in the Eastern Region of Ghana on 31 March 1945,credited with numerous popular highlife tracks and he is known to have composed over 800 songs
The Ghanaian musician In 1973 won a nationwide competition in Ghana to be crowned the Odwontofoohene, or "Singer-in-Chief".
His musical career also involved him in electoral politics, including composing a song for Jerry Rawlings's National Democratic Congress party to use in the 1992 election campaign. Ampadu also released a song critical of an attempt to disqualify Rawlings from the 1992 election based on him being half-Scottish.
Johnson aseidu Nketsia actually confirmed on peace FM that Nana kwame Ampadu was a member of the national democratic congress (NDC)
He died on 28 September 2021, at the age of 76.
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