Legendary Ghanaian gospel singer, Great Ampong has vowed that he will never work with his colleagues, Cee and Isaac of mentor fame until they do the necessary by rendering an apology to their former manager, Bandex.
In an interview on Okay FM, Great Ampong when asked by the host what caused their split indicated that the Mentor stars, Cee and Isaac who were signed to Bandex Music thought they made him who he is but it is rather the reverse.
According to him, it was the grace on him that also fell on Cee and Isaac that made them famous with their songs whilst stressing that he was great before they joined.
Great Ampong claims that the two stars owe him some credit and will only work with them in harmony with them only if they render a sincere apology to his boss, Bandex since he has no grudges with Cee and Isaac.
Great Ampong stated that the two singers displayed some unpleasant acts towards Bandex, hence their exit from the record label but things can get back to normal if they are willing to apologize to Bandex.
Some leaders in the music industry have visited ace Highlife Singer Amakye Dede on his sick bed at the Korlr-bu Teaching Hospital in Accra today Sunday January 3, 2016.
The delegation was made up of Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) President Bice Osei Kuffour aka Obour, Chairman of Ghana Music Rights Organization (GHAMRO) Kojo Antwi, Highlife Musician Rex Omar, Music/Movie Producer Bendex, veteran Highlife Singer Obuoba J.A. Adofo among others.
After seeing the ‘Seeerious’ man who is still dealing his injuries sustained from the accident and the unfortunate death of his manager Isaac Yeboah, the delegation have revealed that Amakye is recovering sturdily.
MUSIGA President Obour shared this on social media: “Visited Amakye Dede with other Giants in the Music Industry. He is recovering. We thank God in all things we give him praise. He knows best”.
Legendary highlife musician-Amakye Dede escaped death this Saturday morning December 2, 2016 when a car he was in with his manager was involved in a fatal accident—that killed the manager on the spot.
The manager – Isaac Yeboah has been the Editor for Ghana’s popular newspaper – P&P for many years—and he was a regular contributor to several showbiz radio programmes in Ghana, including Peace FM’s “Entertainment Review”.
According to reports, the gory accident took place at Bonsu Junction, a few meters away from Paradise resort. A vehicle is said to have crashed into a parked car Amakye Dede, his manager and bodyguard were in—with the manager dying on the spot and the two sustaining serious injuries.
Currently, Amakye Dede and the bodyguard are receiving medical care at a hospital.