- Ghanaian highlife legend, Nana Tuffour's final stage performance before his demise has been shared online
- The final show was held at Adom Hilife Dance Fiesta in Tema
- Nana Tuffour had to take a seat while he had the show in Tema but the video shows that it did not affect the quality of his output at all
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A video has surfaced online showing the very last performance that Ghanaian highlife legend Nana Tuffour had on stage before his death on June 14, 2020.
The footage, that was made public by Adom FM, was traced by YEN.com.gh on Twitter as it started to go viral and gathered many reactions.
It is indicated that Nana Tuffour's final show was held at Adom Hilife Dance Fiesta at the Tema Community 9 Unique Court.
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See video below:
As a result of aging, Nana Tuffour had to take a seat while he had the show in Tema but the video shows that it did not affect the quality of his output at all.
The entire court was filled with people who were seen having pure fun as the legendary highlife artiste entertained them with good music.
Nana Tuffour who would remain in the hearts of Ghanaians forever was born on Valentine's Day in 1954 which means he passed on at age 66.
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In a different report by YEN.com.gh, Ghanaian politician and businessman who represents Assin Central in Parliament for the New Patriotic Party, Kennedy Agyapong, has said that he would not advise a man to marry two women.
The renowned MP made the breathtaking comment during an edition of Upside Down on Citi TV which took place on June 14, 2020, just two days before his 60th birthday.
This comes as a surprise to many as Agyapong himself has 22 children from different mothers who he named during the show.
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