Daakye: Artiste Manager Recalls How Fameye's Song Saved His Life, Touching Video Stirs Emotions

Daakye: Artiste Manager Recalls How Fameye's Song Saved His Life, Touching Video Stirs Emotions

  • Ghanaian artiste manager Daakye has recounted how singer Fameye's song prevented him from ending his life
  • In an interview with Nana Ama McBrown on Onua TV, he disclosed that he wanted to end it all because of life's difficulties
  • Daakye's emotional account moved many online users who took to the comment of the video to share their thoughts

Artiste manager Daakye recalled how a song by Ghanaian singer Fameye saved him from taking his own life during an interview on Onua TV.

Speaking to actress/television presenter Nana Ama McBrown, Daakye recounted that his plan to end his life was delayed by a favourite song of the musician, causing his family to walk on him.

Photos of Daakye.
Artiste manager Daakye recalls how Fameye's song saved his life. Photo credit: kobby.kyei.
Source: Instagram

The powerful story of how Fameye's music became a lifeline for the artiste manager, preventing him from taking a tragic step towards ending his life, has stirred emotions.

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More than 4,000 people had watched his interview with the media personality at the time of writing.

Watch his interview below:

See how netizens reacted to the video of Daakye

YEN.com.gh captured some of the comments.

Kumiwaaadiepena indicated:

Me without music, I can't even do house chores; it makes me work without getting tired.

Beautywigs_gh said:

Fameye's music is so inspirational, it speaks wisdom and food for the heart.

Official_kobby_gyan commented:

Music is life .

Dr.mummie said:

God have mercy❤️.

Yeboahroger6 reacted:

Ehia wo aa nwu.

I_am_bernce posted:

But there's God!

Joyce.adade.5 reacted:

Wow, this life we have spiritual things fighting us always hmm. God protect us.

Boy saves over 50 people

In a previous story, YEN.com.gh reported that 13-year-old Augustine Nii Odoi Laryea was hailed as a hero at his school after acting on impulse to stop a moving school bus after the driver collapsed.

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According to local language TV station Onua TV, the incident did not get media attention.

There were at least 50 people on the bus - comprising pupils, teachers and a caterer when the incident happened.

Boy whose mother used to carry him on her back to school receives electric wheelchair

Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh reported in a separate story that philanthropist Nana Tea gifted a 13-year-old boy with special needs an electric wheelchair, replacing the need for his mother to carry him to school daily.

The generous act followed Nana Tea's offer on social media, sparked by a teacher's comment sharing their touching story.

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Source: YEN.com.gh

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