Mansa hit maker Ronald Kwaku Dei Appiah, popularly called Bisa KDei has served different kinds of food to over a hundred people in Anyaa Market, where he grew up before hitting the limelight, to show appreciation for their consistent love and support towards his music career.
This forms part of the award winning artiste`s initiative to connect to his fans all over the country by dinning and organizing a free concert to entertain and to get closer to them. Dubbed ‘Road 2 Konnect’ Concert with BisaKDei, looks forward to touring all the ten regions of Ghana. Commencing from AwoshieAnyaa; an important community to the artiste life, where he was discovered and his growing up into the music industry was shaped.
Hundreds of people from all corners of Awoshie came out today; to have a glimpse of their star when hejoined his team to feed them. The foods ranged from kenkey, jollofrice, waakye among others. Speaking to BisaKDei, he expressed gratitude to his fans for their consistent support. ‘It’s overwhelming. I am super happy to come back to my hood to dine and have fun with them. I want to thank them for welcoming me back home and believing in me.God richly bless them all’.
He further stated that the ‘Road 2 Konnect’ Concertwith the people of Anyaa Market would be climaxed tonight with a free concert with performances from great musicians. VVIP, KwawKese, Midekal, Sister Debby, Episode are all expected to give an electrifying performance tonight at the concert. The highlife musician has urged all fans to come out in their numbers tonightfor a remarkable concert.
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