- Pappy Kojo is currently in Italy and not able to return to Ghana
- The musician is stuck in that country following a ban on travels by the Italian government
- This follows the outbreak of coronavirus in that country and others
- Pappy Kojo has cried about the situation
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Ghanaian musician and rapper Pappy Kojo is stuck in Italy as he is unable to travel back to Ghana.
This is due to the coronavirus outbreak in Italy and other countries that has inhibited many travels.
Unfortunately, Pappy Kojo finds himself in that part of the world and he is stuck there.
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The musician tweeted that the whole thing was like a movie to him.
He added that it was painful for him not to be in Ghana at a time a song he released, Nana Ama is trending on social media.
Some of his fans have reacted to Pappy’s post:
Oppong and KB sympathized with Pappy Kojo:
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Richard also commented:
Benjamin also said the coronavirus is a dangerous thing:
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In other news, a student of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), called Sammy has been trending in the news.
Sammy is said to have been broken-hearted after his girlfriend Nana Ama left him for cheating.
Many people are discussing the issue and this is where Pappy Kojo is itching to be in Ghana because he has a song titled Nana Ama which is also trending because of Sammy’s case.
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