Throwback Photo of Ghanaian singer and songwriter Francisca Gawugah Duncan Williams, popularly known Sista Afia, has hit the internet and fans of the vibrant songstress and social media users have shared their thoughts on the stunning photo.
The Afro-pop musician, and the niece of Ghanaian Bishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams grew up in Accra and Kumasi. She attended Reverend John Teye Memorial Institute before relocating to the UK to further in nursing. Sista Afia returned to Ghana in 2015 to start her music career. She took inspiration from musician Bisa Kdei and collaborated on the song 'Kro Kro No'.
Sister Afia gained recognition following the release of her single "Jeje", which features dancehall artist Shatta Wale and Afezi Perry. She has also worked with associate acts like Shatta Wale, Medikal, Kofi Kinaata, Bisa Kdei, Medikal, Sarkodie, Fameye, Eno Barony, Victor AD among others.
Her hard work in the industry has earned her several nominations such as International Collaboration Of The Year, Best Highlife Song of the year, Female Woman of the year, and others. Sister Afia's throwback Photo which was posted on a bloggers wall has shown the massive development that has gone on in Sister Afia. She has gained some weight over time and this photo has drawn the attention of many social media users to congratulate the artist for taking good care of herself and maintaining her relevance over the few years in her career.
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