Terry Bonchaka's mother says Shatta Wale and King Ayisoba take care of her after her son’s death

Terry Bonchaka's mother says Shatta Wale and King Ayisoba take care of her after her son’s death

The late Terry Bonchaka's mother, Mrs. Charlotte Adjetey, has revealed the names of the top Ghanaian musicians who have been taking care of her after her son's death.

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According to Mrs. Adjetey since her son passed, Shatta Wale and King Ayisoba have been the only musicians who have been supporting her.

She also noted that after her son's death she was taken to PSI by Ambrose who was his manager then to collect an amount of GHC2,000.

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Mrs. Adjetey said since then, no money has been received so far from royalties adding that it is King Ayisoba and Shatta Wale who have always been there for her.

Terry Bonchaka, when he was alive, was the one who gave King Ayisoba the platform to perform with his popular kologo instrument.

On October 29, 2003, Ghana entertainment industry was thrown into mourning when news came in that Terry Bonchaka had died.

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He passed away in a car crash on the Legon-Madina road while returning from a show at the Akuafo Hall Celebration at the University of Ghana.

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The baby, according to information gathered by YEN.com.gh, was born on the morning of Wednesday, November 13, 2019.

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