- Ghanaian singer and X Factor contestant, Derry Mensah, opened up about how X Factor and meeting Kelly Rowland changed his life
- The fast-rising artiste admitted the show helped to transform his life and opened many doors for him
- Mensah spoke to American-based Ghanaian journalist Ntiamoah Williams on Inews Studios
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British-born Ghanaian singer and X Factor contestant, Derry Mensah, went viral for all the good reasons and he has shared his experience at X Factor and meeting Kelly Rowland.
Explaining why he melted when he met Kelly Rowland at X Factor, Derry Mensah disclosed that he has a crush on Beyoncé, who is close friends with Kelly Rowland.
"I have a special crush on Beyoncé so when l met Kelly Rowland, everything transferred to her that night. That was a special night for me and the most amazing moment in my life.''
In an interview with American-based Ghanaian journalist and content curator, Ntiamoah Williams on Inews Studios, Mensah shared his special experience in the X Factor competition and how the show helped to transform his life and impacted his music career.
Mensah confirmed he is British-born to Ghanaian parents, revealing his father is a Ga and his mother an Ashanti.
Click to watch the full interview.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that Methodist Girls High School (MECHIS) represented by Robotic Stars has for the second time won the World Robotic Competition.
The 2020 virtual edition was contested by 5000 teams across the world and Robotics Stars, who emerged as the winner of the preliminary contest in Ghana, became World champions.
Robotics Stars beat off stiff competition from other contenders after going through six competitive stages of the final competition.
In other news, the presiding Archbishop and general overseer of the Action Chapel International Ministry, Nicholas Duncan-Williams, has shared a throwback photo posing with Benson Andrew Idahosa.
Archbishop Benson Andrew Idahosa was a Charismatic Pentecostal preacher and founder of Church of God Mission International, who was popularly referred to as the father of Pentecostalism in Nigeria.
Captioning the throwback photo on social media, Archbishop Duncan-Williams wrote, ''Zachariah 8:12• For there will be peace for the seed: the vine will yield its fruit, the land will yield its produce and the heavens will give their dew, and I will cause the remnant of this people to inherit all these things.''
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