Nana Agradaa loses court case, A-Plus exposes Kwabena Kwabena

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Entertainment of Saturday, 19 June 2021

Source: www.ghanaweb.com

2021-06-19

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play videoFetish priestess, Nana Agradaa has been fined GH¢46,000

Musician and political analyst Kwame A Plus has rubbished claims by High-Life musician, Kwabena Kwabena who has revealed that he received no penny for his New Patriotic Party (NPP) campaign song in 2008.

A-Plus who is a sympathizer of the NPP has asked Kwabena Kwabena not to be ungrateful but rather show gratitude to the party for the over GH¢100,000 he received for composing the song “Number One”.

He wrote: “It’s not true!!! The song was recorded in 2008. I took him to Ken Ofori-Atta and Nana Poku at Data Bank where he was paid about 45 thousand cedis. He was later paid another 25 thousand cedis to shoot the music video (that was the money we used to pay for the infiniti) and another 30 thousand to promote the song. In all, he received about 100 thousand Ghana cedis.”

“This does not include the two thousand Ghana cedis he received each time he performed at a Believe in Ghana concert; there were about 12 concerts in all, and the 20 thousand Ghana cedis Nana Addo gave to him at Golden Tulip Kumasi when we went for the last Ashanti region rally”.

In this episode of E-Weekly Wrap on Bloggers’ Forum we also bring you an update on Nana Agradaa who has been fined GH¢46,000 for operating television channels without certification and also displaying ‘charlatanic material.’

The fetish priestess who has rebranded into Evangelist Oduro Koranteng will face a three-year imprisonment with hard labour if she fails to pay the said fine.

Get the latest update on news that made headlines in the entertainment industry including Speaker of Parliament, Alban Bagbin’s comments on the popularity of telenovelas in Ghana on this episode of E-Weekly Wrap.

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