Even though I don’t understand the lyrics, your songs give me hope – South African fan’s passionate letter to Kofi Kinaata

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A South African whose name is given as Sanelisiwe Mnyandu (from Durban) has written a passionate letter to multiple award winning Artiste Kofi Kinaata pouring her heart out about how songs of the Artiste beefs up her faith daily.

In the letter the fan states that she does not understand what the Effiakuma born-bred Artiste says in his songs but she feels the lyrics has something more profound than they appear. According to her, with the help of Abeiku Quansah, a management member of Team Move, she is able to get the direct translation of the songs of Kofi Kinaata and that makes her appreciate it the more.

Many of her friends call her dumb for falling for something she does not understand but in the letter, Saner explicitly reveals how songs of Kofi Kinaata touches her to the core.

The letter of the South African fan below;

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