Skip to main content

How Nana Ampadu Lost His Life, According to His Daughter

Sad news: see what actually made Nana Ampadu to loss his life.

Today marks exactly 48 hours after the death of one of our country's most illustrious highlife musicians. And it's heartbreaking to learn that a legend who used to bring joy and happiness to Ghanaians is no longer with us. And the most terrible thing that can happen to any family on this planet is waking up one morning to discover that their loved ones are no longer with them. No one on this planet wants to lose a loved one. The famous Nana Kwame Ampadu's family, however, has lost him. Nana Kwame Ampadu is most often known as Nana Ampadu in Ghana. Nana Ampadu is one of Ghana's greatest, if not the best, highlife musicians.

Nana Kwame Ampadu passed away on September 28th, 2021. He passed away at the age of 76. According to the information we have, the famous Highlife musician suffered a stroke and died as a result of it. However, according to Maame Tiwaa, daughter of Nana Kwame Ampadu, her father may have survived his illness if the Ghana Ambulance Service had done their job properly. She said that when her father's illness became apparent in the house, she contacted the Ghana Ambulance Service, but the ambulance did not arrive for more than three hours. Even after three hours, all they could say was that Nana Ampadu was dead and that the ambulance does not transport dead bodies.

Maame Tiwaa continued by claiming that she will sue the Ghana Ambulance Service for causing her father's death. However, her family members and the wonderful people of Ghana have been in grief since her father's death was revealed.




Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Check Out The Most Isolated And Dangerous Tribe Who Live Without Technology

If you consider yourself fortunate to have been born in the twenty-first century, surrounded by contemporary technology and devices, you should be aware that our globe is also full with individuals who are still oblivious of all of these innovations and comforts. These are men and women born into ancient tribes who have no concept what life is like outside of the jungle, island, or mountain in which they dwell. They have no notion what lies outside the island, and the outside world has no idea how they live, what language they speak, or what they name themselves since no one has been able to discover a way into the island to film a documentary. North Sentinel Island is part of the Andaman Islands, a Bay of Bengal archipelago that also contains South Sentinel Island. It is home to the Sentinelese, an indigenous tribe who have guarded their protected seclusion from the outside world, often by force. As a result, many people refer to North Sentinel Island as The Forbidden Island. The Sent

Bullion Van Robbed In Tarkwa

In the midst of sporadic firing, two armed robbers robbed a bullion truck worth more over GH107,000 in front of a supermarket in Tarkwa, Western Region, yesterday morning. The burglars were alleged to have followed the bullion van, which arrived at the Ransbet Super Shopping Market about 9 a.m. to collect the weekend sales and deliver them to the bank. One of the thieves was alleged to have disguised himself as a shopper carrying a pistol.  There were no casualties as the armed guys plundered at their leisure. The Western Regional Police Command acknowledged the event and stated that an inquiry was underway The manager of the supermarket, Ms. Mabel Dzedu, said the bullion van arrived at the premises of the supermarket without a police escort. “The robber first entered the cosmetic shop and walked around for a while and then picked a drink and other items, paid for the items at the counter and waited for the items to be bagged,” he said. Images from the shop's CCTV showed that after

Mahama's Son Storms Accra Sports Stadium To Support His Team; Ghanaians Massively React

Sharaf Mahama, the son of former President John Dramani Mahama, has demonstrated that one does not have to be a politician simply because his father or relative is a politician. Sharaf Mahama is now a member of the Top Scout Football Academy, and he has scored several goals for his side as a result of his abilities. Yesterday, he was sighted at the Accra Sports Stadium, when Accra Hearts of Oak faced Wydad AC as part of the CAF Champions League matches. This was the opening leg, and Accra Hearts of Oak defeated Wydad FC. When the photographs were released online, Ghanaians responded violently. Some Ghanaians urged the page that shared the image to refrain from politicizing things. According to them, he was no different than any other Ghanaian, therefore they shouldn't make his attendance at the stadium appear so spectacular. Other Ghanaians urged Sharaf to support Mahama's "Do or Die" campaign.

KNUST New Grading System For Degrees And WASSCE 2021/2022

KNUST New Grading System 2021/2022, KNUST grading system for all programs, how to calculate your GPA, and KNUST grading system for WASSCE. The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) Ghana grading system had been different from the other institutions in Ghana until sometime in 2010 when it was reviewed. While the rest were using the Grade Point Average system, KNUST stuck to Cumulative Weighted Average. Since the adoption of the GPA system, KNUST grading scale is usually reviewed once in a while to match the current academic situation of the country. Read on to find out more about the grading system for KNUST 2021/2022. Grading is important in every educational institution as it helps to rank the students and determine how each performs at the end of the study period. KNUST new grading system has been set to rank the students graduating from the university in this academic year. It is this set system that gives a first-class to one student, a second class upper, low

Kuami Eugene accused of stealing his new song ‘Bunker’ from a female artist

When it comes to music stealing, Kuami Eugene has been one of the most accused artists. He's been busted several times for stealing a song each time he delivers a hit. After his songs 'Confusion, Obiaato, and others' were released, they were compared to other renditions that sounded virtually identical, leaving Ghanaians wondering who was copying who. Another one has arrived. Kuami Eugene's newly released song 'Bunker' was reportedly stolen or copied by bhadextcona, a female Ghanaian Afropop musician. A video of the two songs (Bunker and Bolega) being compared has gone viral, leaving some Ghanaian music fans perplexed. Take a look at the video below;