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Legendary Sikyi highlife Star Nana Tuffour is dead

Highlife legend Nana Tuffour has died.

Reports suggest he died at home.

66-year-old James Nana Tuffour is said to have departed to eternity in the early hours of Monday, June 15 after a short illness.

His body has been deposited at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital Mortuary.

Fred Kyei Mensah shared a  heartfelt story remembering a moment he had with him.

”You were born the same date as my eldest son, 14th February which is Valentine’s day.

I have known you since 1975 when you used to play with the late Dennis Law on drums at the then Star night club at Amakom, Kumasi.

After school, we will pass by the club to watch your band’s rehearsals. The late Ralph Bellamy Karikari brought you to my studio together with Eric Agyemang to record a song some years ago.

Our last time of meeting was when you were seeking for the highest office of the Musiga Presidency some years ago in the studios of Peace fm.

Rest well, the “Abeiku, Me yere dada san b3ware me,Diana” and other hits.”

Story by Fred Kyei Mensah


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