Nhyiraba Kojo’s last respect to Late President Mills seems to over weigh all. He has cut all his hair down in paying last respect to the late president.
Nhyiraba Kojo who is in the United Kingdom at the moment told this reporter that; he couldn’t believe the demise of the President when the news broke in London, when he was watching the TV. To him, he took it as one of the tittle-tattle that had circulated in the country for quite a number of times.
Nhyiraba Kojo expressed that, he is in great grief and is not in the best of emotions as he is touching down in Ghana in some few days.
“I still can’t believe he is no more, Oh Uncle Atta, hmmmm” Nhyiraba Kojo was thrown into excruciating grief when he talked to this reporter. To him, what he can do to show his last respect is to cut off his piece of dread locks which runs through the middle of his head like ‘River Nile runs through Egypt’. The dread locks which he has kept for some years now is no more in showing his love for the late President Mills.
In addition, he has done a dirge song which expresses the emotions in him with Sonni Balli.
The song is downloadable here;
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