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Kumi Guitar celebrates NAM1’s bail with a touching song

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Kumi Guitar, Signee of Zylofon music owned by CEO of Menzgold has more often than once proven his genuine love and admiration for Nana Appiah Mensah, his boss and friend admist his popular legal tussle between EOCO, SEC and the government.

REAF ALSO: My song ‘Tuff Seed’ was inspired by NAM1 – Stonebwoy

Celebrating the bail granted to NAM1 by a Circuit court in Accra presided over by Justice Jane Helen Akweley Quaye today, Friday, July 26th 2019, Kumi guitar headed to the studio record a song.

In the song, Kumi Guitar praised NAM1 for being strong through out the whole ordeal. The lyrics of the song reads;

You have fought really hard. I will celebrate you…I wish you a long and healthy life. A small river which overflows during the dry season. You are bold and priceless. Many people hate you, all they want is your downfall. but the blessed one, cannot be cursed. Welcome home!”

READ ALSO: Video of NAM1 dancing pops up after being granted bail


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