Ghanaians were pleasantly on Thursday, May 30, 2019, when news popped up that Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy have finally smoked the peace pipe after their recent incident at the 2019 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.
Shatta Wale announced the smoking of the peace pipe on by posting a photo of himself with Stonebwoy and he called Stonebwoy a brother.
Moments later, Stonebwoy has also shared the same photo with a caption which subtly explains why he had to forgive Shatta Wale and live in peace with.
It was later revealed by GHOne TV presenter Nana Aba Anamoah that the peace was mainly brokered by Kofi Amoa-Abban.
So who is this peacemaker who got these two sworn enemies to unite?
Amoa-Abban is a Ghanaian Oil and Gas entrepreneur, and philanthropist who is mainly known as the founder and CEO of Rigworld Group, an oil services business with operations across West Africa.
The son of Kofi Amoa-Abban and Letitia, the young Amoa-Abban attended Mfantsipim School in Cape Coast.
He then moved to the University of Ghana to pursue a bachelor's degree in Psychology before heading to the Oslo University in Norway to get a master's degree.
After the discovery of oil in Ghana in 2007, Amoa-Abban develop an interest in the sector leading to him establishing Rigworld from a small office in Osu in 2011. Rigworld has grown into a big company with many subsidiaries.
Amoa-Abban has received many awards including honorary doctorate from two universities, the Commonwealth University and the London Graduate School.
Born in Tema in 1982, Amoa-Abban will be 37 on December 30.
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