A very disheartening and sad news has hit Ghanaians and the Ghana music industry once again in the month of September. Barely two weeks ago, that was on the 16th of September 2021, a legend in the movie industry, Kofi Laing popularly known as Kohwe passed on and today a legend in the music industry, Nana Ampadu has also passed on.
Based on the data collected, the legendary highlife musician died at the age of 76 and this has broken the hearts of several Ghanaians and his love ones.
The Highlife Legend who has composed over 800 songs died this morning at the Legon Hospital while receiving treatment to an illness. Nana Kwame Ampadu is a well known Ghanaian musician credited with unlimited and several hit popular highlife tracks.
Nana Ampadu is the second Legendary celebrities to have died in this same month. His deaths that occurred today which is the 28th of September, 2021 and it hasn't been even a month when Kohwe lost his life to Stroke.
These our legends are loosing their lives almost everyday and something needs to be done about it. What are we doing as Ghanaians about the lost of these Legendary celebrities?
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