''Do illegal connection if the lights are still not coming'' – Kwame A Plus to Ghanaians in need of power


Tuhe contry's energy crisis is getting worse and worse every day. People can't go on with their lives without light.

In the last 6 days, it has been hard for the Electricity Company of Ghana to give its customers prepaid credit.

At ECG-approved vendor shops all over the country, people have been waiting in long lines to reload their cards, but to no avail.

In this case, Kwame A Plus has told Ghanaians to make illegal connections if they continue to have trouble buying prepaid.

In the video he made himself, he says that the hitch has and will continue to hurt people who use light, especially businesses that depend on it.

He told ECG that something needs to be done to fix the situation, while also giving Ghanaians the "advice" that they should use illegal connections to get around the problem, which still hasn't been fixed.

In other news;

Charles Kwadwo Fosu, better known as Daddy Lumba, is a famous Ghanaian musician. He has thanked God for healing him at the right time.

A few weeks ago, the famous High-Life musician celebrated his 58th birthday in a big way that shook the local digital space.

We all know that Daddy Lumba got very sick about 4 or 5 years ago and had to spend several months in the hospital. When he got out, he had to stay in bed.

When people on the internet heard about his illness, some said he was poisoned and others said one of his enemies used juju on him.

Even though Daddy Lumba was still in the hospital and responding to treatment, there were rumors on the internet that he had died and that his family wanted to keep it a secret for a while before telling everyone the terrible news.

On his official page, the Highlife veteran has finally responded to all the bad rumors for the first time.

On his official YouTube page, Daddy Lumba talked about how he overcame the deadly illness that almost killed him.

Thank you, but I don't think I'm getting old (laughs). I'm thankful to God for giving me another year. At least He gave it to me when I was facing problems, getting sick, and all the other things that happened. I'm thankful to be in good health because it lets me talk to my fans.

"I'm most thankful to my fans all over the world, especially the people in my fan clubs. I can't say their names, but I'll start with the Die-Hard Fans of Lumba, the Fantasy Club of Daddy Lumba, the House of DL, and many more. God bless you for holding me down. Without your help, I might not be here.

Stormzy's performance at the Global Citizen Festival was liked by Daddy Lumba.

Charles Kwadwo Fosu, better known by his stage name Daddy Lumba, is a veteran musician from Ghana. He thanked Stormzy for paying tribute to him at the Global Citizen Festival over the weekend.

In a Facebook post, the singer of "Ye Ne Wo Sere Kwa" said how thankful he is to the Ghanaian rapper who lives in the UK.

Daddy Lumba says that he is grateful for Stormzy's public display of love and that it makes him feel small.


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