Congolese musician's dream to meet J.J Rawlings finally comes true (Photos)

Congolese musician's dream to meet J.J Rawlings finally comes true (Photos)

Everyone has a dream to meet their favorite icon in their lifetime, and for some people that is the Former President of Ghana, Jerry John Rawlings.

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One of the noted African musicians set to perform at the African Legends Night, Congolese soukous musician, Kanda Bongoman finally got his wish to meet the former president on Friday.

Congolese musician's dream to meet J.J Rawlings comes true

Kanda Bongoman and J.J Rawlings (middle)

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Kanda Bongoman called on Rawlings at his Ridge office, a meeting the musician has looked forward to for decades.

In a report by Graphic.com.gh, the musician who was delighted at finally meeting his idol said he had missed the opportunity to meet Rawlings in 1994, when he performed at the Panafest Music Festival, alongside Stevie Wonder.

Kanda Bongo Man's dance skills birthed the popular kwassa kwassa dance that has won him the hearts of many fans across the African continent.

Congolese musician's dream to meet J.J Rawlings comes true

Rawlings complimented the musician for his music talents and shared a laugh when he donned a black cowboy hat to match the musician’s Fedora hat.

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