Obama follows Pappy Kojo on Twitter and the musician is excited

Obama follows Pappy Kojo on Twitter and the musician is excited

- Former American president Barack Obama is following Pappy Kojo on Twitter

- The musician has made history as the first Ghanaian musician to be followed by Obama

- Pappy Kojo is so excited that he has changed his name from Pappy Kojo to Pappy Obama

Ghanaian musician Pappy Kojo is currently on the moon with his new special and big follower of all times.

The musician is being followed by Barack Obama on Twitter and he is so happy about it.

Perhaps, the best way to appreciate Obama’s gesture is by adopting his name and that is what Pappy Kojo has done.

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He now uses the user name Pappy Obama on Twitter.

The musician took to his Twitter page to jokingly inform his fans that whoever needed an American visa should talk to him so he speaks with his uncle Obama.

In another post which obviously was taking on the government for their proposal to construct a new parliamentary chamber, Pappy joked again that he wanted to report the politicians to the former president.

Pappy Kojo wrote: “What are some of the unnecessary problems we are facing in Ghana ? Make I snitch them give @BarackObama cos u guys know he be my guy , we’ve been following each other since realer no times . Cos this 200 million matter is nonsense"

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Obama follows Pappy Kojo on Twitter and the musician is excited
A screenshot shared by Pappy Kojo showing Obama follows him. Photo credit: Twitter
Source: Twitter

His fans are also happy for him and have sang his praises for the feat attained.

Nketia, for instance hailed Pappy Kojo as the only musician in Africa being followed by Obama:

"@UberFacts: @PAPPYKOJO is the only musician in Africa Obama follows on Twitter"

Meanwhile, the Ghanaian musician has released a new song with the title: Green means go.

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Source: YEN.com.gh

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