Highlife legend Charles Kofi Amankwaa Mann, know in show business as C. K. Mann has kicked the bucket.
The “Adwoa Yankey” passed away Tuesday morning (March 20, 2018) at the GPHA Hospital in Takoradi, 233times.com reports.
The experienced vocalist, instrumentalist and record producer suffered a stroke in December 2017 and has since been bedridden.
Charles Kofi Amankwaa Mann, known as C. K. Mann, is a Ghanaian Highlife musician and producer. His music career spanned over four decades; he won multiple awards for his songs.
Mann had several hit songs, including “Asafo beesuon”, “Obaa yaa aye me bone”, “Kolomashie”, “Dofo bi akyerew me”, “Ankwasema dede”, “Okwan tsentsen awar”, “Aboa akonkoran”, “Beebi a odo wo”, “Tsie m’afotusemGold Music Studio in Takoradi and released in 2013
With old age and ill health, by 2015 Mann had not performed publicly in several years. He lives at Anaji, a suburb of Takoradi,The street on which his house is located has been renamed C. K. Mann Avenue
He was awarded the Grand Medal of Ghana by John Agyekum Kufour in 2006.
He died at the age of 83