- Kuami Eugene has paid a visit to his 99-year-old grandmother
- The singer shared a video of his visit on social media
- The emotional video shows him kneeling down to receive blessings from the old woman
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Sensational Highlife singer Kuame Eugene has flaunted his 99-year-old grandmother in a new video on social media.
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Kuami Eugene visited the old woman in their family house on Sunday, February 9, 2020, and share a video from the visit.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the Lynx Entertainment signee could be seen in a blue African outfit while the grandmother was in a kaba and slit.
Immediately after going towards the grandmother, Kuami Eugene knelt before in order to receive her blessings.
The old woman went ahead to offer prayers for God to protect and bless the singer.
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Sharing the video on his Instagram page, Kuami Eugene expressed his joy at seeing his grandmother.
He also revealed that he always cries whenever she visits the grandmother and it is time to go away.
“It’s A Blessing Anytime I go back Home To See My Favorite Person. And I don’t know why I cry when it’s time to leave her side. Buh it’s all good #SweetGranny@99yrs," he wrote.
In other news, Ghanaian social media sensation Shatta Bandle, known in private life Fridaus Idrissu, has shown off his father, Alhaji Iddrisu to the world.
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Shatta Bandle celebrated his birthday on Friday, February 7, 2020, and flooded social media with photos.
In one of his posts on Snapchat, the diminutive Shatta Bandle chose to hail the man who brought him to this world.
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