Rosa Reihn: Ghanaian singer who feeds and clothes 1000 yearly gets million-dollar deal (photo)

Rosa Reihn: Ghanaian singer who feeds and clothes 1000 yearly gets million-dollar deal (photo)

- Rosa Reihn, a budding Ghanaian singer has received a million-dollar deal for feeding and clothing 1,000 people yearly

- The talented young singer was handed the deal by a German-based company

- Rosa Reihn sat for an interview on Rainbow FM

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Over the weekend, fast-rising Ghanaian singer Rosa Reihn granted a surprise interview engineered by her manager Kojo Myles.

According Zionfelix.net, Reihn left many including the guests and host impressed after the interview on Rainbow FM’s entertainment show, Togo Borga.

The talented singer with a heart of gold also touched on her humanitarian activities which involve feeding children every year.

Zionfelix.net also reports that she received a multi-million dollar contract from a Germany company as a result of her kind gestures towards the deprived.

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During the interview, Rehn, dazzled with an acapella performance of her songs on air and she left the people present in the studio mesmerised.

Togo Borga, host of the show confessed to Rosa Reihn that she is the only artiste who had made him cry on radio.

He told her manager, Kojo Myles, who is also a video director, to continue supporting her until the world accepts her music.

Popular Ghanaian Pastor Kumchacha who was also a guest on the show was impressed with Rosa’s beautiful voice.

Kojo Myles explained on-air, how his artiste, Rosa Reihn got the multi-million dollar deal which will see them travel to Europe and other parts of the world this year.

Rosa’s unique style of music which involves the combination of African rhythms and poetry makes her an exceptional musician.

In other stories, YEN.com.gh previously reported that while First Ladies prominently feature in the political, social life among many aspects of the nation, the roles of First Ladies have not officially been defined.

From the very first presidency, First Ladies have either been loved or reviled but one thing is clear; they represent their husbands on official and ceremonial occasions at home and outside the country.

As the world celebrates women in the month of March and on the back of International Women’s Day which was marked on March 8, 2020, YEN.com.gh features First Ladies of Ghana since the country gained Independence in 1957.

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