Popular Ghanaian highlife legend Alhaji K. Frimpong has paid his dues and though gone, his legacy is never forgotten. Born in Ofoase in the Ashanti Region, he entered into music in 1952 playing with Star De Republic, Oko's Guitar Band, K Gyasi and Axim Jokers.
It has emerged that Nana Agradaa was given information of how Reverend Obofour has planned to dump corpse at her work place and her homes in Accra. That tip off according to Agradaa was given to her by Osofo Appia. As to whether Appia gave that information for hunger sake of real, she didn't tell. " I quickly called K Gyasi that very night to contact some TTCV " as. Agradaa pronounced it. " We had to install them just to beef up security in all our places" she said. But if its today that the corpses will be
The regular panelist on Thunder TVs Talking Point Show K Gyasi, and One Gig felt sad and cried on TV as they claimed a blogger insulted them as bootlickers who always surrounds Okomfo Agradaa for coins and water. This didn't go down well with the boys who angrily indicated that they are all professionals who don't beg for food before they eat. They indicated that they are lawyers,Business men and movie Directors respectively. The blogger was peeved that Agradaa and her boys tagged him as a " One camera blogger
K. Gyasi one of the workers of Nana Agradaa and a Co - Host of Yese yese on Thunder Television has bowed down on live program declaring his total allegiance to Nana Agradaa. This came after missive accusation by some social media blogers the persona of the priestess. Most of the bloggers are accusing the people around Nana Agradaa. According to them, because they received their salaries from her, they cannot advised her when she goes wrong. Bentle Robert one of the accusers played a video of some people who
K. Gyasi is a popular man who sits with Nana Agradaa on every Sunday night to comment on issues that rise in the country over the week in a program called The Talking Point. He works at Thunder Television which is a popular Television Station owned by Nana Agradaa herself. Last Sunday night on the Talking Point, the panel spoke about false prophecies and fake prophets whose words and self acclaimed visions didn't come to pass as they said. One of the big names that appeared on the show was Prophet Nigel Gaisey