- Abeiku Santana has touted the musical prowess of a female singer yet to be outdoored in the country
- The ace radio host said the singer named Ohenewaa Official, was going to dominate females in the music industry
- Abeiku Santana, some months back, made the same 'prophecy' about Black Sherif who is now a high-flyer in the music industry
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With Prophecies taking over the Ghanaian media space following Shatta Wale's stunt, it seems Ghanaian Media Personality Abeiku Santana is not shaken by the threats of arrest and has dropped a prophecy of his own
According to him, a female singer's rising is on the offing and she would dominate the music space just like Ebony Reigns did.
The well-known radio personality said the lady in question is known as Ohenewaa and she is set to make her voice known in the music scene with her single, Shut Up.
Whiles speaking on his radio show on Okay FM, the renowned radio host stated that within two months, he is going to introduce the new female singer, who is going to overshadow all the female singers in the music space.
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“In two months’ time, I will be bringing a lady, she is going to take over the voice of the female artists in Ghana.”
He also spoke with authority revealing the said lady was going to replace Ebony, who died in 2018 due to a car accident.
“All other artistes who claim to be Ebony’s replacement should stop. Ebony is back and she is coming in the form of the lady but she won’t be doing dancehall like Ebony,” Abeiku Santana noted.
Abeiku went further to ask Ghanaians to give the lady One year and they will be mesmerized.
Abeiku Santana has a great track record of fishing out the top talents in Ghana, and with such a track record for predicting the successes of artists such as Ebony and Black Sherif.
He asked Ghanaians to watch out for Ohenewaa.
Meanwhile, Shatta Wale has been spotted in a video singing a song he recently composed following his release from a 7-day prison custody at the Amkaful Prison in Cape Coast.
The Taking Over hitmaker, in an Instagram video, was seen in what looked like his studio singing about prison life.
Shatta Wale mentioned the names of some of the friends he made in prison and touched on the plight of some prisoners.
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