Yesterday, March 27, 2021 the Entertainment Achievement Awards (EAAwards) was held to honour entertainment lakers who have exceedingly excel in their productive crafts in 2020.
The “underrated” Afrobeat singer, Raphael Atatsi Camidoh, popularly known as Camidoh, gave a spectacular performance at the show. He performed songs like “For my love featuring Darkovibes” and his single masterpiece, “Maria” at the program.
The classic performance of Camidoh has moved the heart of the President of IMANI Africa, Franklin Cudjoe, to make altruistic pledge on Facebook.
According to Franklin Cudjoe, he will give $500 to Camidoh as fuel money for rendering such an amazing performance at the show.
He wrote that
“Been wondering why folks are wondering where Camidoh dropped from? Then you haven't been listening to Citi FM and Citi TV's entertainment shows! His dazzling performance at the EAAwards is a warmer. I will gift him $500 for petrol for tonight's act.”
The show was moderated by AJ Sarpong and Kwaku David, and it was aired on Citi TV.
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