- Kuami Eugene grew up in Old Fadama, a very popular slum in Accra
- He has gone to the town to present the awards he won at the VGMA to the National Chief Imam
- Fans have praised him for such a humbling attitude
YEN.com.gh has sighted a photo of talented musician Kuami Eugene and the National Chief Imam.
Kuami Eugene had visited the Chief Imam, Sheikh Dr Osman Nuhu Sharubutu, to present the awards he won at the VGMA to him.
Kuami Eugene shared this photo to his Instagram page with a very humbling caption.
He wrote: “Went back Home to Say thank you to The National Chief Imam of Ghana #MoreBlessingAhead #RockStar.”
His gesture has touched the heart of many of his fans and followers on Instagram, and they have showered praises on him.
Read some of the comments here:
yaaphame: “So sweet of you... keep it up.”
benjiathompson: “Awesome post !!”
akousuaguy: “Wow u r de best.may God let u go higher than u thought.”
starboi_runken: “Kuami ma regards to ma bro in fadaman...he is called kai.”
mum_favorite_: “May Almighty Allah bless u more n more.”
Kuami Eugene has said on many occassions that he grew up in Old Fadama, a popular slum in Accra.
However, since he became a music star some many months ago, he relocated to Achimota, also in Accra.
It is therefore humbling on his part that in his glory, he has remembered his root and returned there to share the new glory with them.
Kuami Eugene won two awards at the 2018 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMAs).
He won the ‘New Artiste of the Year’ and ‘Hiplife Song of the Year’ with his hit song ‘Angela’.
He also dedicated the awards to his dear mom for her undying love for him.
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