Why I performed poorly at 2015 VGMA – Daddy Lumba reveals

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757772670_464534Charles Kojo Fosu, known in Showbiz as Daddy Lumba performed poorly at the 16th edition of the Ghana Music Awards last Saturday.Unknown to many for such abysmal performance, many people on social media asked a lot of questions as to why the ‘Yentie Obiaa’ composer could be this bad on a stage like this.
In an interview on Peace Fm’s Entertainment review program hosted by Akwasi Aboagye on Sunday, Daddy Lumba when asked about his poor performance said it was unintentional and that it was due to ill health.
“Everyone knows Daddy Lumba is not well and that I have been battling with ill heath for a while; and this is not my type of performance but I am not well. I decided to do the show because of the huge love I have for Ghanaians and also to show appreciation for the support Ghana has given me for the past 30 years” Daddy Lumba said.
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