Ghana was hit with the death of legendary highlife musician Nana Ambadu who died in the early hours of today at the Ridge hospital.
Nana Ampadu who hails from Kwahu in the Eastern Region of Ghana produced highlife timeless records for the country including "Agatha" "Drivers" "Obra" and "Oman Bo Adwo", tunes which are still been enjoyed by Ghanaians.
Following the news, Ghanaians on social media have reacted to the demise of the late Nana Ampadu aged 76.
Below are some reactions from some Ghanaians on social media.
Kweku Boye on Twitter: "Any time I listen to Daddy Lumba's Akwanoma song I feel like crying. He specially dedicated that song to Nana Ampadu(the highlife legend). RIP Nana Ampadu."
Nunguaa Cardi Bi: "Do you know that Nana Ampadu name is in Guinness book of Records for the Most composed songs???"
Harmony on Twitter: "Agatha by Nana Ampadu still remains one of the hottest Hi-life songs in Ghana. Rest In Peace to the Legendary"
Lobby Dent: "Did you know Nana Ampadu was the man who said “Adulthood is a scam” Listen to His song Obra.
Nana da yiye, Khawuman ne Ghana da wase."
May his soul rest in peace.
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