Nana Acheampong, a highlife musician, has reiterated that there was no bad blood between the Lumba Brothers, which are composed of Nana Acheampong and Charles K. Fosu (Daddy Lumba).

This is in contrast to the long-held belief, which has been refuted numerous times, that the Lumba Brothers were not on good terms, which led to their breakup.

This was said by him at the second Kabfam Legends Night, which was held on Sunday at the Grand Arena of the Accra International Conference Centre (AICC).

“I don’t know why people think the Lumba Brothers have issues, Lumba is a good friend of mine. I have 30 albums and he has more than 30 albums, so tell us which other musician is entertaining Ghanaians more than us.”

We have been able to entertain our fans all these years and that is what makes us unique,” Nana Acheampong made the comments after delivering an electrifying performance Sunday night.

Daddy Lumba later joined Nana Acheampong on stage to perform the hit track, “Yee Ye Aka Akwantuom” to the admiration of guests.

During the performance, the Yentie Obiaa hitmaker commended his long time friend and partner for his immense contribution to the success of his career.

“When I went to Germany, I was doing gospel until I found Nana Acheampong who introduced me to highlife.

“He has played a major role in my music career and I owe him a lot,” he said.



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