Veteran highlife musician Lucky Mensah is not only known for his exploits and beautiful music but also his bizarre relationship with Ghanaian politicians.
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In an exclusive interview with Zion Felix, the musician told his life story of how he started music and the difficulties he went through to get to where he is now.
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He revealed in the interview how through his music career, he put up a 15-bedroom mansion, 18-bedroom hotel, a bakery and other businesses.
The Come Back hitmaker said doing music for politicians brought him some good money.
He disclosed how his Nkrato) song shaped his life following its release.
According to him, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) bought the song looking at how controversial it was but he declined to disclose the amount involved.
Lucky Mensah also revealed that the NDC bought the song because they feared their opponents (NPP) would have used it for the campaign prior to the 2012 elections in Ghana.
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He also took a dig at music producer, Mark Okraku Mantey.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Togolese footballing star, Emmanuel Adebayor, converged with his fans, Stonebwoy and other celebrity friends on Friday, January 24, 2020, to help impact the life of a young male coconut seller.
Emmanuel Adebayor generated a wave of heart-warming remarks after he was spotted buying coconut from the young man at Adjiringanor.
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